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New skills for new jobs : anticipating and matching labour market and skill needs / European Commission

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Luxembourg : Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2009Description: 34σ. : διαγ.,πιν. ; 30εκISBN:
  • 9789279112119
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 331.1142 21 εκδ.
Other classification:
  • 13.02.2
Government document classification:
  • KE-81-09-570-EN-C
Contents:
New skills: the key to more and better jobs. A first assessment of skills and labour market up to 2020. Anticipating and matching: a new skills for new jobs agenda.
Abstract: The Communication New Skills for New Jobs: Anticipating and matching labour market and skills needs outlines an initial evaluation of the future needs of the EU with regard to skills and jobs up to 2020. 'New Skills for New Jobs' aims at improving our understanding of the skills challenge and the matching between workers' skills and the needs of the EU employment market. This initiative will help Member States' and other bodies to evaluate, match and anticipate the skills needs of their citizens and businesses. This publication presents the full Communication, together with additional information explaining the context and providing further details.
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New skills: the key to more and better jobs. A first assessment of skills and labour market up to 2020. Anticipating and matching: a new skills for new jobs agenda.

The Communication New Skills for New Jobs: Anticipating and matching labour market and skills needs outlines an initial evaluation of the future needs of the EU with regard to skills and jobs up to 2020. 'New Skills for New Jobs' aims at improving our understanding of the skills challenge and the matching between workers' skills and the needs of the EU employment market. This initiative will help Member States' and other bodies to evaluate, match and anticipate the skills needs of their citizens and businesses. This publication presents the full Communication, together with additional information explaining the context and providing further details.

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