Get a good education, then work”: this traditional model is under strain. Advances in technology, longer career spans and the increasingly fast transformation of the job market all play a role. Technical skills are in high demand, but need to be updated often. And some industries undergoing digitalization are trying to access pools of talent they did not traditionally need in their workforce. How do employers and workers share the burden of upgrading skills? How is “lifelong learning” carried out and certified after university? And how do employers attract and retain the top talent in tech?