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EEO Review 2012: Long-term unemployment (2012)
This Review summarises the key messages emerging from 33 national articles on the theme of long-term unemployment.
As the EU continues to try to overcome the current economic crisis, the reduction of unemployment – and in particular long-term unemployment (LTU) – is a priority for citizens and policymakers alike. This report looks at how LTU has changed at national and EU level, and tries to identify groups according to age, gender, educational level, migrant/ethnic minority status, job sector/occupation and region of residence. Structural factors (skills mismatches, insurance contribution policies etc.) on the demand and supply side seeking to explain these trends are examined, before the report starts analysing different policy options that could be used to overcome this problem.
EEO Review 2012: Employment policies to promote active ageing (2012)
This Review summarises the key messages emerging from 33 national articles on the theme of employment policies to promote active ageing. Awareness of the need to increase labour market participation of older people is growing among national policy-makers and measures such as raising the statutory retirement age, phasing out early retirement schemes and introducing financial incentives into pension systems to prolong working life are already used in many EU Member States. These reforms can have an impact on labour market participation of older workers but an attempt to address the issue comprehensively should also include strategies to improve the supply of lifelong learning and age-adequate workplaces, and develop ways to reconcile work and family life.
Skills supply and demand in Europe - Methodological framework (2012)
Cedefop's medium-term skills forecasts have proven very popular. But how does the skills project approach the topic and draw conclusions? This publication provides an overview of the methods underpinning the project. Cedefop’s forecast is not intended to replace forecasting efforts in individual countries, but to share the knowledge acquired during the development of different systems and methods, and to highlight the results. This shared knowledge can help to improve the methods used in each country and to resolve outstanding issues.