Creative skills for the future economy
Creative skills are crucial to driving employment and economic growth in Australia, according to new research by the Bureau of Communications and Arts Research.
The BCAR’s research paper Creative skills for the future economy analyses the skills and qualifications of people working in creative fields and how they may be used in the future.
Creative skills have a substantial influence on Australia’s economy, with businesses relying on $87 billion worth of creative industries inputs in 2014-15.
The demand for creative skills is expected to increase as the trend to the automation of goods and services continues.
The research found the growth of those employed in creative occupations was already growing rapidly, about double the rate of other occupations between 2011 and 2016.
Published: 23 January 2019
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