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Cedefop to present new skills forecast

Cedefop has announced that it will present its new European skills forecast up to 2030 at a high-level event on 8 June in Brussels.

The organisation will reveal future key sectoral and occupational trends, job openings across countries, and their impact on skill needs by 2030. The presentation will also provide a specific focus on future skill needs in different types of jobs, using the European jobs monitor framework.

 A policy panel will debate emerging issues and future challenges for the world of work and their implications for skills, employment and growth policies in the European Union.

Find out more about the event

 

Source: Cedefop

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