By Buenos Aires Times
In most parts of the world it is agreed that from now on a country’s “competitiveness” will depend on the academic level of its inhabitants. Experts tell us that for those countries in which lots of people have university degrees or, at the very least, have learned a useful trade, the future will be bright, while others will lag further and further behind.
This view is fully shared by Mauricio Macri and his advisors. They take it for granted that Argentina’s labour force urgently needs upgrading. Like their counterparts elsewhere, they want youngsters to acquire skills that will enable them to... (Read More)
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