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In the age of globalisation, particularly since the current crisis erupted, the labour market is in a constant and rapid state of change. This requires, in turn, a skilled workforce capable of responding flexibly to the market needs. A country's ability to compete internationally, thus, rests on a working relationship between education and employment, as this allows more responsiveness of the education system to the labour market requirements. These issues are being addressed in this paper withdoi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.12.297 fatcat:57m7w4cyc5b2lk2ctnagda46dq