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Skills forecast insights

Focus on Polarisation of skills in the labour market

12/2015
Studies of the changing demand for skills over the past two decades, including Cedefop forecasts, show a ‘skills polarisation’: demand for medium-skilled intermediate occupations is falling, while demand in both high-skilled and low-skilled occupations is rising - although there are important var...
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Focus on skills and learning

Focus on employability and skills of higher education graduates

07/2014
Higher education graduates increasingly require ‘soft’ skills and work experience to compete in a changing labour market.
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Country prospects

Prospects for Estonia

04/2015
Emigration and working abroad are severely affecting the labour market as the population overall is declining.
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Focus on sectors

Focus on skills for social care

05/2014
Evolving service delivery models influence the skills needed in the care workforce.
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Focus on sectors

Focus on business services

03/2014
Increased demand for high and medium skilled jobs in a knowledge intensive sector.
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Occupation prospects

Prospects for corporate managers

11/2014
Skilled office workers who occupy management positions in business services, administration, sales and marketing.
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Country prospects

Prospects for Denmark

04/2015
A shortage of higher and vocationally educated persons is expected for 2020.
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Skills forecast insights

Focus on European job growth creators

05/2014
Employment growth will be driven by service sectors and expansion in technical, professional and managerial jobs.
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Country prospects

Prospects for Ireland

04/2015
Continued skill shortages in ICT, high tech manufacturing, agri - food, sales, marketing, business, finance and healthcare are anticipated.
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Focus on skills and learning

Focus on literacy and numeracy skills

04/2015
Low levels of literacy and numeracy among the existing and the future workforce are likely to be a major barrier to labour market integration and future growth.