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January 2021Building a Common Language for Skills at Work A Global Taxonomy — 2Global TaxonomyA Common Language for Skillsimplementation herein will serve to further align learning supply and demand around a common language for skills and unlock the Reskilling Revolution. The proposed taxonomy builds on the recognized work taken forward byESCO (European Skills, Competences and Occupations) and the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) framework by integrating additional emerging skills and attitudes, particularly as they relate to the trends highlighted in the Forum’s ongoing insights on the future of work. It aims to take a matrixed approach that combines skills and occupations.This taxonomy focuses on the skills that we know to be of growing relevance in a fast-changing labour market, and aims to serve as a “universal adapter” for existing taxonomies across learning supply and demand by allowing users to cross-walk their taxonomy against this framework. It is designed to be used b...