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Summary 2030 Skills Outlook for Europe

Cedefop’s 2030 skills outlook

Entrusted with regular EU-wide skill supply and demand projections by the Council, Cedefop presented its most recent outlook up to 2030 in 2018 – 10 years after it had pioneered its first
complement these projections with information on how wage structure and job tasks are likely to change.

Although some may question the value of forecasting at times of rapid change, Cedefop’s goal is ‘not to predict the future, but to tell you what you need to know to take meaningful action in the present’, to quote Paul Saffo. The aim is to help policy-makers avoid deciding on education and training investments in the dark. As the forecast briefing note and joint Cedefop-Eurofound publication demonstrate, this work also informs employment and social policies.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  Briefing note – Setting sail for the future | Cedefop

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