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Skills Requirements in Myanmar Workforce: Connecting Skills with the Market – EuroCham Myanmar
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Skills Requirements in Myanmar Workforce: Connecting Skills with the Market

Event Date:

February 6, 2021

Event Time:

12:30 PM

Event Location:

Online Discussion Panel

COVID-19 pandemic wrecks many businesses, resulting in significant losses of jobs in many sectors. Despite this disruption, Myanmar economy is forecasted to grow by 2% this year and higher next year while most of other economies in the region are shrinking. This means skills demands within Myanmar labour markets will be at the upward trend in the years to come.

Now is a good time to take stock of skills requirements in industries within Myanmar for businesses and workers alike to be more resilient for the remainder of pandemic and beyond. For the MyJobs First Ever Virtual Career Fair, EuroCham Myanmar is organizing the skills for Myanmar market online discussion, comprising representatives from various sectors such as garment (and others, to be updated once confirmed), government representative, chambers of commerce and the HR expert.

The objective of this discussion is to bring together expertise from government, industries and experts to have a thought-provoking session on the critical skills supply aspect of the future job market in Myanmar, especially from the point of view of foreign and local investors.

Topics to be discussed during the event:

  • The importance of investing in people and skills.
  • The need for skills development initiatives to respond to the needs of the sector in the right way.
  • The importance of collaboration between industry and education.
  • The importance of the developing skills for the future, soft skills and transversal skills.
  • The skills development models that work best in Myanmar
  • The importance of measuring the value of skills development
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Event Location:

Total Seats: 100
  • Online Discussion Panel


  • February 6, 2021 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
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