lurn-uh-bil-ĭ-tee: the desire and ability to grow and adapt to new circumstances and challenges throughout your work life

Discover your learnability quotient

LQ We are witnessing a revolution in the world of work. Technology is rewriting the rule book (*): 65% of roles which will be filled in a few years do not exist yet; 45% of current tasks could be automated. Therefore, a person’s employability – that is their ability to secure or keep their desired job – no longer depends on what they already know but what they will be able to learn. This is what we are calling the Skills Revolution (*Sources: The Future of Jobs, World Economic Forum 2016. Four Fundamentals of Workplace Automation, McKinsey 2015).

We have developed this test in partnership with Hogan Assessments which will allow you to evaluate how you adapt to new circumstances and new challenges. You will be able to use the results to make decisions about your advanced professional training, discuss your career with your manager or market your skills to potential employers.


Discover your learnability quotient

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Cultivating employability

In order to respond to the needs created by technological developments, companies will have to be more responsive than ever and recruit specific talent, allowing them to grow. At the same time, the ability of an individual to secure or keep their desired job will depend on their responsiveness and ability to learn and to renew their skills throughout their working life.

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Some companies are having difficulties filling vacancies

In 2016, 20% of the 750 companies surveyed in Switzerland were not able to recruit the talent they needed. Of the ten most sought-after jobs, skilled trade workers were top of the list for the seventh year in a row. Training and developing skills internally started to be favoured by employers.

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