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Emerging competences and skill needs for textiles, wearing apparel and leather products - Final Report (2009)
In terms of employment, TCL industries have been declining industries for a long time. Since 1996, TCL lost one third of its jobs within ten years. Compared to overall manufacturing, the decline was at a significantly higher speed and seems to be continuing indefensibly. The biggest employers were Italy with 620,000 TCL jobs, Romania had 440,000 jobs, and Poland, Portugal, Spain and Bulgaria were all between 200,000 and 300,000 jobs.

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Emerging competences and skill needs for transports and logistics (2009)
In general, the transport sector (and in particular the road sector) is an important employer in Europe. In 2006, the transport sector employed some 9.62 million persons in the EU25. With 7.59 million employees, the EU15 (i.e., the old member states) represents the largest share of people employed in the transport sector

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Emerging competences and skill needs in the EU defence industry (2009)
On average in the EU-27, one job in two disappeared in this sector between 1993 and 2003, as the number of people employed1 dropped from 1,522 to 722 thousands. Again, the 2003 employment level differs from the number recorded by BIPE looking at the individual companies’ job figures – the difference being probably due to a focus on the larger groups in the BICC figures.

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Emerging competences and skill needs in the EU defence industry - Annex (2009)
On average in the EU-27, one job in two disappeared in this sector between 1993 and 2003, as the number of people employed1 dropped from 1,522 to 722 thousands. Again, the 2003 employment level differs from the number recorded by BIPE looking at the individual companies’ job figures – the difference being probably due to a focus on the larger groups in the BICC figures.

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Employment Committee's contribution to the informal Employment Summit (2009)
This note presents an overview of the different schemes of short time working arrangements adopted in the EU and reflects on potential benefits and risks of such measures.

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Employment Committee's contribution to the informal Employment Summit (2009)
As the current adverse employment situation is likely to worsen further over the next months, the Employment Committee underlines the importance of this Summit in clearly identifying risks for employment and social exclusion.

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Forum Agenda Impact on Climate change (2009)
Plenary session and workshops

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Future Skill supply in Europe-key findings (2009)
Key findings out of the cedefop medium-term skill supply forecast for Europe up to 2020. Changing qualification structure is one key issue for being in line with Lisbon goal of making Europe the most competitve and dynamic knowledge-based society in the world and will remain a key feature in the coming decade. However some variations between countries can be observed.

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Future Skills Needs in the Green Economy (2009)
Conference proceeding of workshop on green skills requirements in the medium-term future

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