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Cedefop 2018 infographics collection on future labour market and skills trends

02/2019
Cedefop 2018 #SkillsForecast presents a series of infographics summarising future labour market and skills trends for each one of Europe’s Member States. The Skills Forecast looks at the period going up to 2030. In these infographics you can find information answering questions such as “what woul...
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Ministry of Labour qualifications tested in the field

01/2019
Ministry of Labour now have the wind in their sails. The number of people obtaining such qualifications has doubled in 10 years. Well recognised by employers, these qualifications are a good passport into employment. Their modular design makes them precursors of units of competence. The Fr...
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EU Exports to the World: Effects on Employment

11/2018
The European Commission identified trade policy as a core component of the European Union’s 2020 Strategy. The fast changing global economy, characterised by the dynamic creation of business opportunities and increasingly complex production chains, means that it is now even more important to full...
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French national qualification framework : its genesis, working and new challenges

11/2018
This report is the result of the many drafts produced by the Céreq project team that worked with the NQF-In partnership in order to reach a mutual understanding of the process of incorporating qualifications into National Qualifications Frameworks. As the following chapters will show, Fr...
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European Parliament - Skills development and employment: The role of career management skills

12/2017
This note analyses the concept 'career management skills' (also called career competencies) in the context of the New Skills Agenda and the undergoing review of the European key competences framework. It gives an overview of policy developments in this area at European and national level includin...
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European Alliance for Apprenticeships - Final Report: Monitoring of the learning commitment in the campaign on the construction sector

12/2017
This study provides an insight into construction sector apprenticeships, while mapping and assessing the implementation of construction pledges under the European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) submitted so far. It has also compiled an inventory of novel, specific and/or effective soluti...
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European Construction Sector Observatory - Analytical Report - Improving the human capital basis

11/2017
The purpose of the Analytical Report is to draw a snapshot of the current skills situation in the construction sector in the EU-28. More specifically, it provides a high level analysis of the workforce in the sector, focusing on the quantitative analysis of the population, employment and educ...
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Labour market policy thematic review 2017: in-depth analysis of the impact of reforms on inequality

06/2017
This thematic review performs an analysis of the impact of recent reforms on inequality in Europe and was prepared by a network of external experts - the European Centre of Expertise (ECE) in the field of labour law, employment and labour market policy. The review consists of 27 country-s...
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2017 European Semester: Country Reports

02/2017
Today's 27 Country Reports (for all Member States except Greece, which is under a dedicated stability support programme) provide the annual analysis of Commission staff of the situation in the Member States' economies, including where relevant an assessment of macroeconom...
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Studying or working abroad: does it ease the education-to-work transition for young people in France?

10/2016
A period of living and studying or working abroad is generally regarded as an advantage for young people when they enter the labour market. And young people who go abroad during their final course of study do indeed enter the labour market on more favourable terms. However, this apparent advantag...