FROM EDUCATION TO LABOUR MARKET
ВІД ОСВІТИ ДО РИНКУ ПРАЦІ

N.V. Mospan
2016 Continuing Professional Education Theory and Practice  
Recent higher education graduates have not been immune to the economic downturn. They have, however, been much better insulated from risks of unemployment than those entering the labour market with lower-level qualifications. With increasing numbers of graduates entering the labour market each year, and as Europe moves towards an increasingly high-skilled economy, there is recognition that the future success of the EU economy depends on having effective transition from education and training to
more » ... ion and training to employment 1 : • The share of the EU-28 population aged 30-34 2 who have successfully completed university education has risen from 23.5% in 2002 to 36.8% in 2013 (against an EU benchmark of 40% by 2020) 3 . • The share of jobs requiring high-level qualifications has also risen, from 24.5% in 2002 to an estimated 30.7% in 2013 (and is forecast to rise to 35.9% by 2025) 4 .
doi:10.28925/1609-8595.2016(1-2)5055 fatcat:xeeqvzbt3zglrjgrrlkvpk4kgi