With ESF support, long-term employment trends are being disseminated to workers and job-seekers in Hungary
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA) is completing an ESF co-funded project to provide five and ten-year labour market forecasts covering ten industrial areas and 200 employment sectors. As a result, the Academy is launching a website for job-seekers and others which analyses and matches supply and demand regarding job opportunities for these sectors, including earnings forecasts among other parameters. Part of the ‘Social Renewal’ operational programme, the aim is to give visitors to the website information on what they can expect from specific career choices – including oversupply, shortages and potential earnings. The www.palyasugo.hu website will be launched early in 2013 and expects to become a resource for both individual job-seekers as well as employment organisations.