Document générique
Skills mismatch in ETF partner countries
Date de publication: 24 août 2022
Source: Organisations internationales-European Training Foundation

Skills mismatch problems in the labour market have been widely recognized by both current literature and policymakers. Skills mismatch indicators inform policies to improve the matching between labour demand and labour supply, making labour markets more efficient and reducing the wage penalties due to over-education or other types of mismatches. The skills mismatch indicators have been measured, so far, only for a limited number of the European Training Foundation (ETF) partner countries and they are not always comparable. This report provides an update and an extension of the work which has already been done to measure skills mismatch in ETF partner countries. The analysis following the choice and the construction of skills mismatch indicators provides a timely overview of this labour market issue which will be important for governments, stakeholders, and other stakeholders to shape future labour market policies.

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Source: Organisations internationales-World Bank
This report presents the findings of the assessment of
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Approach for Better Education Results (SABER) WfD
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institutions, and practices in three important functional
dimensions of policy making and implementation—
strategic framework, system oversight, and service
delivery.1 The findings suggest that the main focus in
Georgia is shifting from policy conceptualization to
implementation. Many of the gaps identified share
common root causes, implying that addressing a
selected gap may lead to progress on related fronts.
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Date de publication: 07 sept. 2021
Source: Organisations internationales-ETF
Providing an overview of youth labour markets in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, and a description of the policy frameworks and measures in place to support youth transition to work, this report identifies the main challenges that young people face during their transition from education to work and priority areas for future action by governments to address these challenges.
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Date de publication: 07 sept. 2021
Source: Organisations internationales-ETF
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