Unbalanced skill levels could make the world more unequal
McKinsey estimates that over the next decade rich countries and China will need 40m more college-educated workers than they will be able to produce. At the same time, employers across the world may find themselves with 90m more low-skilled workers than they need.
Source: United workers of the world | The Economist
What do you do with 90M unemployed, working-age people possessing only a primary/elementary or sometimes secondary/high school education?