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  • 13/04/2018

    Labour shortages and surpluses 2017

    This report identifies shortage and surplus occupations in the EU, Norway, Iceland and Switzerland. It explores the causes of shortages and proposes potential solutions. Some of the jobs in short supply in 2017 include cooks, plumbers, generalist medical practitioners and systems analysts, while there is less demand for general office clerks; shop sales assistants and advertising and marketing professionals. Ultimately, this analysis aims at creating a model which can accurately and comprehensively identify imbalances and cross-border matching possibilities.

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  • 19/03/2018

    The Role of PES in Outreach to the Inactive Population - Study report

    The inactive population is not a traditional target group for the Public Employment Services (PES), although a significant share of it wants to work and is potentially available for work. The study surveys existing policy regimes and outreach measures for three target groups among the inactive that are central to current policy discussions on increasing labour force participation and social inclusion: 1) Inactive older workers; 2) Working-age women not in the labour force; and 3)  Ethnic minorities and migrants. It also depicts in more detail six case studies from Austria, Germany, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Sweden.

  • 12/02/2018

    Analytical Web Note 1/2018 - The effects of the minimum wage on employment: Evidence from a panel of EU Member States

    This note estimates the employment effects of statutory minimum wages for a panel of EU member states.

  • 12/02/2018

    Employment and Social Development in Europe - Quarterly Review - February 2018

    The first Employment and Social Development in Europe (ESDE) Quarterly Review of 2018 highlights the solid economic growth in the EU combined with a positive economic outlook together with general improvements in the labour market.

     

    The number of employed in the EU is above 236 million in the third quarter of 2017. At the same time, unemployment is decreasing at a solid pace. Economic growth and positive developments in the labor market are visible in the majority of Member States. The latest forecasts present a positive outlook for the next years.

     

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  • 12/01/2018

    Agenda social 50 - La nouvelle dimension sociale

    Les choses vont vite maintenant que l’emploi et les affaires sociales forment une partie décisive de la feuille de route vers une Union européenne plus unie et plus démocratique d’ici juin 2019, comme cela avait été annoncé par le président de la Commission européenne Jean-Claude Juncker en septembre 2017: les propositions de la Commission pour atteindre cet objectif doivent être sur la table du Parlement européen et du Conseil d’ici mai 2018 au plus tard.

    Nous expliquons comment le socle européen des droits sociaux, proclamé par les dirigeants de l’UE en novembre, sert de cadre à la préparation de ces mesures et comment il renforce la dimension sociale de la gouvernance économique de l’UE.

    Nous examinons également la proposition d’un cadre européen pour améliorer la qualité des apprentissages, faisons état de l'urgente nécessité d’aborder l’inégalité intergénérationnelle et démontrons à quel point l’innovation sociale est indispensable pour assurer une croissance économique inclusive et donc durable.