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Currently, as a result of structural changes in the labor market, more and more components of educational policies are being addressed as an indispensable dimension in ensuring the connection and continuity between educational processes and consumer expectations, manufacturers' demands and the evolution of the global market. Any act of production and economic consumption must be aligned with the concept of efficiency in the sense of rational utilization of economic resources and the concept ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3742819 fatcat:n5amamlnrvcb5fbu2jl6n4lijy