A bi-annual report from the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) presents forecasts for the Dutch labour market until 2016. It discusses future developments in labour supply and demand by type and level of education and by occupation. The report focuses on a number of key indicators of bottlenecks in the labour market and on the employment prospects of graduates.

The report shows that the low-skilled and those with a lower professional education [MBO] in healthcare and technical professions have the best job prospects.

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