Improving Education, Skills, and Employment in Tourism: Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor
This report measures the skills gap among tourism industry workers and the resulting opportunity costs along the Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor in Central Asia.
The skills gap analysis identifies an annual lack of about 8,500 trained professionals in the tourism industry along the region which is causing opportunity costs of more than $30 million per year. The Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor has an exceptional heritage and wealth of culture and nature. This combination results in a high potential for tourism development that is largely untapped.
- Key Findings
- Skills for Tourism Sector Overview
- Skills Supply and Demand in the Tourism Industries of Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor
- Key Issues for Improving Tourism Skills in Almaty–Bishkek Economic Corridor
- Structures for Improving Skills for Tourism