Ahead of the European Commission adopting an action plan on the integration of third country nationals (i.e. from outside the EU), this new issue of Social Agenda looks at the refugee issue from an employment, social affairs and inclusion angle.
By 2025 almost half of all jobs in Europe will need highly skilled workers. The New Skills Agenda for Europe will help to equip Europeans with more and better skills: - By investing in people's basic and higher skills. - By better connecting the world of business and education. - By recognising skills learned outside school. Europe wants to make the best of people's talents.