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02/02/2017
Digitalisation and digital skill gaps in the EU workforce

Cedefop’s European skills and jobs (ESJ) survey reveals that more than 7 in 10 adult employees in the EU need at least some fundamental ICT level to be able to perform their jobs. Yet, about one in three of those employees are at risk of digital skill gaps. At the same time, almost half of all employees in low-skilled occupations do not require ICT skills to do their work. Cedefop expert @K_Pouliakas notes that ‘the digital divide is alive and well. A strikingly high share of the EU adult workforce is still employed in a semi-analogue world, at the same time that others are faced with technological obsolescence. Reaping the full benefits of digitalisation will require modernisation of education and training systems but, crucially, more investment in digital capital infrastructure and continuing online learning for groups excluded from the digital economy.’

23/01/2017
Indicator 3070: projected employment of those with medium/high-level qualifications (as a percentage of total employment)

To make informed judgments about where to make investments in their education and training, people need indicators on how the demand for qualifications is likely to develop in the future.

23/01/2017
Indicator 3065: employment rate for 20-64 year-olds with lower level of education attainment

Low education attainment tends to diminish a person’s chances of being in employment.

23/01/2017
Indicator 3060: employment rate for 20-64 year-olds

VET can equip people with labour market relevant skills.

23/01/2017
Indicator 3050: adults with lower level education attainment

Education attainment, measured by qualifications obtained, is an important factor determining, amongst other things, both the chances of being in employment and wage levels.

23/01/2017
Indicator 3045: Employment rate of recent graduates

By 2020 the share of employed graduates (20 to 34 year-olds) having left education and training no more than three years before the reference year should be at least 82% (OJ C 169, 15.6.2012).

23/01/2017
Indicator 3040: unemployment rate for 20-34 year-olds

An important EU policy today is bringing about successful transition between school and work for young people.

23/01/2017
Indicator 3030: NEET rate for 18-24 year-olds

EU policy considers that after finishing secondary school, young people should either obtain a job or enter further education and training: if not, they should receive appropriate support through active labour market or social measures.

23/01/2017
Indicator 3020: 30-34 year-olds with tertiary attainment

Increasing the share of 30-34 year-olds with tertiary level education attainment is one of the specific objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy.

23/01/2017
Indicator 3010: early leavers from education and training

Reducing the EU average share of early leavers from education and training to below 10% of young people (18-24 year-olds) is one of the specific objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2120: workers with skills matched to their duties

Of central importance to EU policy is to develop and upgrade skills matched to labour demand and anticipate future skill needs.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2110: workers helped to improve their work by training

A key aim of EU policy is for governments, individuals, and employers to invest in skill development to strengthen social inclusion, and improve economic growth and competitiveness.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2100: employment premium for IVET graduates (over low-educated)

To consider the benefit of IVET further, the indicator here compares the employment rates of VET graduates (20-34 year-olds with a vocational qualification at ISCED 3-4 as their highest level of education attainment) with the employment rate of those with a lower level of education; that is, those with at most lower secondary qualifications (ISCED 0-2).

23/01/2017
Indicator 2090: employment premium for IVET graduates (over general stream)

To contextualise the labour market outcomes of IVET graduates better, the following indicator compares their employment rate with that for graduates from the general stream.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2080: employment rate for 20-34 year-old IVET graduates

Positive returns from IVET are of crucial importance.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2070: innovative enterprises with supportive training practices

Education and training is an important policy lever for achieving the Europe 2020 objectives.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2065: short cycle VET graduates as a percentage of first time tertiary education graduates

A key EU policy aim is to have a highly skilled and qualified population and labour force. Increasing the EU average share of 30-34 year-olds with education attainment at tertiary level is one target of the Europe 2020 strategy.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2050: STEM graduates from upper secondary IVET

IVET can support technological innovation by providing relevant skills.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2040: average number of foreign languages learned in IVET in upper secondary education

Knowledge of foreign languages enables individuals to move freely and successfully between education programmes in different Member States and also permits individuals to pursue employment in different countries.

23/01/2017
Indicator 2030: enterprise expenditure on CVT courses as share of total labour cost

A key aim of EU policy is for governments, individuals, and employers to invest in skill development to strengthen social inclusion, and improve economic growth and competitiveness.

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