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RM (File photo) / Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security Vitória Diogo
The Mozambican minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security, Vitória Diogo, points out the need for people to adapt to the new era of technological change in order to succeed in the labour market.
They will have to define strategies for better using such skills to improve and increase their levels of employability, she says.
The minister’s warning comes in a global scenario with the world facing uncertainty about the future of labour, with the development of technological means such as robotics, computer science, information and communication technologies and the electric motor, among others.
Vitória Diogo was speaking at the opening of the Second Extraordinary Plenary Session of the Consultative Committee on Labour (CCT) in Maputo last Friday on the theme “National Dialogue on the Future of Labour in Mozambique”.
The CCT is a tripartite body composed of representatives of government structures employers’ and workers’ organisations and serves as a platform for dialogue and social consultation.
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