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02/03/2012

In 2008, at least 20% of innovative enterprises in many EU countries had procedures in place to identify and reduce their environmental impact.

30/01/2012

6.8 million young people in the EU are either unemployed or underemployed.

21/12/2011

Currently, 38.5% of total EU employment is in knowledge-intensive services, and this percentage is on the increase.

15/11/2011

One in six 18 to 24 year olds was neither in education nor employment in 2010.

13/10/2011

Employment in high-skilled occupations is not only resisting the crisis but on the increase since 2008

09/09/2011

In the EU in 2009, EUR 27.6 billion were invested in training as the most important and most reinforced public measure for helping individuals with difficulties on the labour market.

02/08/2011
The population of IVET teachers is ageing: in many EU countries more than 30% are now aged 50 and over.
05/07/2011
In the EU, about 50% of upper secondary students are enrolled in the vocational stream of education. However, among male students the proportion (55%) is significantly higher than it is among female students (44%).
03/06/2011
In the EU, around 74 million adults have a low qualification, 27% of the population aged 25-64
13/05/2011

Manufacturing and construction sustain massive jobs losses, but employment is growing in health care, social work and education

28/02/2011

One in 20 staff is an apprentice in Germany and Austria, compared with less than one in every hundred in many other countries.

28/01/2011

The Internet is widely, and increasingly, consulted for self-directed learning, and for offers in education and training. But participation in online courses is still not common, and only rising slowly.

05/01/2011

In almost all Member States, more than 40 % of enterprises considered the lack of relevant qualifications from education and /or training to be a key reason why vacancies for ICT specialist jobs were hard to fill.

13/12/2010

With 16 % employee participation, on-the-job training is the second most attended form of continuing vocational training in EU enterprises

12/11/2010

Data from 2008 confirm that in the EU, upper secondary vocational education and training is mainly school based. But in some countries combined school and work- based programmes continue to play a major role.

14/10/2010

63% of EU adults state that they know at least one foreign language. But only 31% say they know it well.

06/09/2010

2009 data confirm a decreasing trend in early school leaving, but achieving the EU target is still a challenge.

03/08/2010

Trends across European countries show older workers consistently miss out on training compared to their younger counterparts. Just why is this?

07/07/2010

But highly educated under 40s make up an increasing share of the self-employed, even if the crisis has limited their growth to 250,000 new jobs

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