Global digital transformations


The integration of digital technology in the workplace has been transformative, with predictions indicating that global digital transformation spending will soar to €2.6 trillion by 2025. This shift is driven by the need for operational efficiency, enhanced customer experiences, and the challenges and opportunities presented by remote work.

Key Points:

Digital Technology's Growing Role:

  • Currently, about 50% of jobs require technology skills, a figure expected to rise to 75% by 2030.
  • The 2023 Gartner CIO and Technology Executive Survey revealed that 53% of companies invest in digital technology to enhance operational excellence, while 45% aim to improve customer experiences.

Job Displacement and Creation:

  • While technology is anticipated to displace 85 million jobs globally by 2025, it's also expected to create 97 million new ones.
  • The deployment of 5G technology alone could generate 22 million jobs worldwide by 2035 and boost the UK workforce's productivity by 2%.

Remote Work's Lasting Impact:

  • The shift to remote work has been profound, with 10% of companies planning to adopt a fully remote model and 60% considering a hybrid approach.
  • In the U.S., the number of remote workers is projected to hit 36.2 million by 2025, making up nearly a quarter of the entire workforce.
  • Despite the shift, 35% of hiring managers have observed increased productivity in remote work setups.


The integration of technology in the workplace is inevitable, with both challenges and opportunities on the horizon. While some jobs may be lost to digital transformation, many new roles will emerge. The key for organizations is to harness technology's potential to boost productivity, enhance job satisfaction, and adapt to the evolving work landscape.

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