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Skills opportunities and challenges in occupations

Office, accounting and support clerks: skills opportunities and challenges (2019 update)

06/2019
Accounting, office, and support clerks are the third largest occupational group in the European Union.
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Skills opportunities and challenges in occupations

Health professionals: skills opportunities and challenges (2019 update)

06/2019
Health professionals fulfil a variety of highly-skilled roles relevant to medical or veterinary areas.
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Skills opportunities and challenges in occupations

Drivers & vehicle operators: skills opportunities and challenges (2019 update)

06/2019
Drivers and mobile plant operators drive and tend trains and motor vehicles; drive, operate and monitor industrial and agricultural machinery and equipment; or execute deck duties on board ships and other water-borne crafts.
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Skills opportunities and challenges in occupations

Science & engineering technicians: skills opportunities and challenges (2019 update)

06/2019
Science and engineering technicians (or associate professionals) is a wide occupational group where employees perform technical tasks relevant to science and engineering.
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Skills opportunities and challenges in occupations

Customer clerks: skills opportunities and challenges (2019 update)

06/2019
The customer service clerks include two main subgroups: tellers, money collectors and related clerks; and client information workers.
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Skills opportunities and challenges in occupations

Other manufacturing workers: skills opportunities and challenges (2019 update)

06/2019
Workers in this occupational group can be involved in treating and processing raw materials from the agriculture and fisheries sector, which are then transformed into food and other products.
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Skills opportunities and challenges in occupations

Assemblers: skills opportunities and challenges (2019 update)

05/2019
The majority of assemblers are employed in manufacturing, industries such as food, drink and tobacco; rubber/non-metal mineral products; textiles, clothing & leather; basic metals & metal products; wholesale and retail trade; wood, paper, print, publishing; and motor vehicles.
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Skills forecast insights

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 countries

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...