Matching Skills and Jobs
Matching Skills and Jobs provides a series of indicators on skills and labour market mismatches. Skills related indicators allow you to gauge the extent of under-utilisation of skills, under-skilling or skills obsolescence among employees in the EU. For example the under-utilization of skills means that employees report that they have higher skills that required to perform their current job. Other indicators refer to labour market mismatches such as the long-term unemployment rate or number of young people not in employment, education or training.
Weak employment demand in Europe is increasing competition for jobs and people are more willing to accept jobs which do not match their level of qualification. Matching Skills and Jobs aims to highlight and capture such mismatches in the European labour market.
The countries with the highest level of under-skilling in 2014 were:
The countries with the highest level of higher education mismatch of young tertiary graduates in 2016 were:
The countries with the highest level of skills obsolescence in 2014 were:
The countries with the highest level of skills under-utilisation in 2014 were:
The countries with the highest rate of under-skilling at hiring in 2014 were:
The countries with the highest rate of NEETs in 2016 were:
The five countries with highest rate of long-term unemployment in 2016 were:
Skills obsolescence (%) across countries in 2014
Under-skilling (%) across countries in 2014
Under-skilling at hiring (%) across countries in 2014
NEET rate by age group 15-24 across countries in 2016
The percentage of 15-24 aged people not in employment, nor education nor training over the 15-24 population.