Africa is championing the flexible work space revolution

The African workforce is mushrooming, and by 2035, its numbers will have increased by more than the rest of the world’s regions combined. According to World Bank analysts, this expanded working-age population could lead to a growth in GDP of up to 15 per cent – equivalent to doubling the current rate of growth in the region. The World Economic Forum is bullish on the economic possibilities. “This could dramatically raise labour productivity and per capita incomes, diversify [the] economy, and become an engine for stable economic growth, high-skilled talent…

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