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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.
Future skill needs in Europe: medium-term forecast (2009)
This publication provides a detailed technical background and an overview of the results of the Cedefop Skillsnet project on developing a medium-term forecast of occupational skill needs in Europe, carried out in 2007. It outlines the approach that has been adopted and presents the final results. It also highlights the many data and technical problems that had to be untangled and sets out the solutions that have been adopted. The overall aim of the project has been to develop a new system for producing detailed and consistent, quantitative projections of future skill needs across Europe. Given the difficulties faced, a certain amount of pragmatism has been required, but this set of results provides a sound foundation to take the debate about the changing pattern of demand for skills in Europe to a new level.
Greening the European Economy: responses and Initiatives by member states and social partners (2009)
The report "Greening the European Economy: responses and Initiatives by member states and social partners" published in 2009 by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions provides an overview on various initiatives and programmes for economy greening implemented by EU members states and social partners. The report highlights that a better forecasting of skills, skills policies for a green economy growth and a high quality of work for new jobs are necessary.
Joint Employment Report 2008/2009 (2009)
The current economic downturn has first of all underlined the need to reinforce certain efforts within two key policy areas: implementing integrated flexicurity approaches and ensuring better skills matching and upgrading. Flexicurity is essential in order to ease and secure employment transitions. The right skills are an important element in getting the unemployed and those outside the labour market into jobs and in improving employability.