The survey release focuses on Vietnamese Generation Z – the main labour workforce in the future. It investigates the top skills and qualities future CEOs need to lead, and how they prepare to take the leap.
In Vietnam, Gen-Zers make up one-seventh of the country’s population. Born between 1995 and 2015, they exist in a world where the line of the physical and digital world is blurry at best. They start to emerge and become leaders in the future. The survey aims to better understand how Gen Z thinks about their role as CEOs in 2050. The results show that 70% agreed CEOs in 2050 still need to be University qualified, reflecting the importance of formal education, while at the same time noting that 66.7% Gen Z believe soft skills will be more important than technical skills
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