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Monitoring human resources in the nuclear energy sector

In order to determine the situation of nuclear-educated human resources in Europe (i.e. supply and demand), assess the trends and suggest policy options for improvement, a European Human Resources Observatory in the Nuclear Energy Sector (EHRO-N) has been set up. Since its launch in 2011 EHRO-N has become a widely recognised and appreciated instrument and will be used as role model for the sustainable energy sector.

The EHRO-N website uses the Google map format to map the nuclear education and training as well as the nuclear industry sector within the EU. It also contains valuable information that can be used by young people who consider working in the nuclear industry, as well as valuable information for the higher education institutions and companies involved in the nuclear energy sector. Primarily, EHRO-N is a tool used to determine the situation of nuclear-educated human resources in Europe (i.e. supply and demand), assess the trends and suggest policy options for improvement.

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