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Emigration and working abroad are severely affecting the labour market as the population overall is declining.
- Estonian’s employment rate was 73% in 2013 – bypassing the 2015 target (72%) and slightly below the national EU2020 target of 76%.
- The numbers of working-age population as well as youth entering the labour market are continuously decreasing.
- Employment grew primarily in services, which increased the dominance of the tertiary sector compared to other sectors.
- Emigration and working abroad are severely affecting the labour market as the population overall is declining.
- There is a growing demand for high-skilled labour in Estonia – while the local labour market and education system will face difficulties to meet the expected demand, the issue of attracting foreign talents has become more important.
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