Adapting to the changing labour market
The European labour market is going through major changes caused by the digital and green transitions. To keep up with these changes, workers need to learn new skills to do their jobs and stay employable. Without proper support in upskilling and reskilling, many workers and adults can have a hard time finding a job.
Building the right skills for the future
The Pact for Skills aims to encourage private and public organisations, including employers, trade unions and any other relevant stakeholders, to take action to upskill and reskill Europe’s workers.
The initiative offers these organisations advice on funding instruments as well as partnership opportunities, so they can help current and potential workers in Europe to gain skills for the future.
With the Pact’s support, organisations will be able to fill skill gaps in the European labour market and redeploy staff into relevant roles.
As a result, the European workforce will have access to quality upskilling and reskilling opportunities so they can be ready for the challenges of tomorrow.
Pact for Skills Annual Survey Report
The Pact for Skills Annual Survey assesses the progress made up to December 2022 in upskilling and reskilling people of working age through collaboration and partnerships. 461 Pact members participated in the survey from February to March 2023.
Take a look at the Annual Survey Report and one-pager below:
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