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Skills Forecast: key EU trends to 2030

05/2018
Cedefop skills forecasts offers quantitative projections of the future trends in employment by sector of economic activity and occupational group. Future trends on the level of education of the population and the labour force are also estimated. Cedefop’s forecasts use harmonised international da...
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Skills anticipation in countries

Skills anticipation in Austria

04/2017
At its core, skills anticipation in Austria consists of the Public Employment Service (Arbeitsmarktservice, AMS) (1) Skills Barometer and the forecasting of skills demand undertaken on behalf of the AMS by the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (Österreichische Institut für Wirtschaftsforsch...
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Skills anticipation in Belgium

04/2017
In Belgium the approach to skills anticipation can be described as both collaborative (in the sense that stakeholder involvement is relatively high), but also fragmented given its dispersal over several levels of governance with little co-ordination at the federal level.  Governance is de...
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Skills anticipation in Bulgaria

04/2017
Skills anticipation is in its infancy in Bulgaria. Key developments between 2009 and 2013 have been co-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) including perhaps the most important one- the creation of the National Network for Competence Assessment (NNCA). In 2013, Bulgaria adopted a formal ‘mech...
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Skills anticipation in Croatia

04/2017
Skills anticipation is in a process of development in Croatia. Overall, there is a consensus between the various authorities on the direction of policy, but at the moment there is no systematic and coordinated skills anticipation process. The impact of various anticipation exercises has been limi...
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Skills anticipation in Cyprus

04/2017
Skills anticipation activities in Cyprus are highly centralised, with activity concentrated in the Human Resource Development Authority (Αρχή Ανάπτυξης Ανθρώπινου Δυναμικού, HRDA), a semi-governmental organisation which holds overall responsibility for skills anticipation. The main tools of sk...
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Skills anticipation in the Czech Republic

04/2017
In the Czech Republic there is no cohesive system for producing and interpreting skills intelligence. Although various initiatives have been developed over the years, these have not (yet) grown into a coherent system of skills anticipation, despite a political commitment to do so (first declared ...
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Skills anticipation in Denmark

04/2017
Denmark conducts skills anticipation activities based on collaboration and dialogue amongst ministries, public authorities and stakeholders. The main skills anticipation activities include: Skills forecasting (e.g. statistical forecasting of education status and the demand and supply of lab...
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Skills anticipation in Estonia

04/2017
Although skills anticipation does not have a long history in Estonia, the country has in recent years made a large investment in the reform of its skills anticipation activity to develop a more holistic and coordinated approach. As such, the process is set to offer increased opportunities over th...
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Skills anticipation in Finland

04/2017
In Finland skills anticipation activities are well-established and linked to policymaking. Over recent years, socioeconomic factors such as the effects of the economic recession, the gradually decreasing number of people in the labour force, and the ageing population increased the need for better...