EU Sources - Fifth European Jobs Monitor - June 30, 2016

The fifth annual European Jobs Monitor report looks at employment shifts at Member State and aggregate EU level (period 2100-2015). A ‘jobs-based’ approach is used to describe employment shifts quantitatively (how many jobs were created or destroyed) and qualitatively (what kinds of jobs). It also introduces a new set of indicators on the task content, methods and tools used at work. These indicators are used to analyse, in greater detail, the distribution of tasks across Europe, their association with other attributes of jobs such as wages, education and job quality. Derived from international databases on work and occupations, the indicators give a detailed account of what Europeans do at work and how they do it. They provide valuable new insights on the structural differences and recent evolution of European labour markets, as well as a better understanding of labour input in the production process and the changing nature of skills required.

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