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The article presents partial results of empirical research carried out by the public employment services from Ruda Śląska. The study was an attempt to show to what extent generational differentiation affects, among others on the level of civilisation competences possessed. These competences include: computer skills and Internet usage, adaptability to the changing labour market conditions, category B driving licence, spatial mobility or communicative knowledge of at least one foreign language,doi:10.31971/16401808.46.3.2019.5 fatcat:wgkjiaznlnfobkwbsipcqtl2hq