The 2023 Employment and Social Developments in Europe report produced by the European Commission found companies continue to face labour shortages as a result of persistent and evolving skill needs.
Post-event report from the Pact for Skills Networking event on the 25th of May 2023
This OECD Social, Employment and Migration working paper explores the demand for language skills across the EU and UK. English was the most commonly required language, with half job postings requiring at least some knowledge of it.
The European Commission organised its third Peer Learning Activity (PLA) as part of a series of events for Pact for Skills members to discuss key topics, share their experience, and showcase good practices on defining and monitoring commitments.
Use the OECD’s Skills Profiling Tool to access your personalised skill profile and a list of suggested occupations to make use of those skills. The tool assess three types of skills: occupation-specific, foundational, and noncognitive skills.
Pact for Skills Annual Survey Report
Eurofound’s background paper explores the skills needed for the green and digital transition, as well as the role policymakers, companies, social partners, and other relevant stakeholders have in upskilling and reskilling the population.
The European Commission organised its first thematic seminar as part of a series of events to provide Pact for Skills members with the opportunity to engage in a broader discussion on a topics of high relevance for them.
The European Training Foundation explores how technological change is impacting economies, labour markets and societies, as well as how individuals are opening up new markets to find new ways of working and learning.
Cedefop’s skills intelligence online tool presents a curated selection of indicators related to skills, education and training, and the labour market in order to help policymakers, researchers, and skills practitioners understand current trends.