Job losses are a concern for more than half of working adults.
New survey shows more than half of working adults fear for their jobs.
But two thirds of workers are optimistic about retraining on the current job.
Employment concerns and perceived opportunities to learn new skills vary greatly between countries.
A new Ipsos survey, conducted on behalf of the World Economic Forum, shows that more than half (54%) of working adults fear for their jobs in the next 12 months. However, these workers are outnumbered by those who think their employers will help them retrain on the current job for the jobs of the future (67%).