OCCUPATIONAL SHIFTS IN POLAND TILL 2022 -TOWARDS LABOUR MARKET POLARISATION?

Lukasz Arendt, Artur Gajdos

Анотація


The paper focuses on changes in the occupational and skills structure of the employment in Poland. It elaborates on the drivers of these changes - from technical change and educational upgrading to institutional reforms - putting much attention to the hypothesis oflabour market polarisation. The paper pre-sentsthe future developments in labour demand, based on the employment forecast by occupational groups and skills till 2022. It comments on new challenges and possible tensions that may have place within some segments of the Polish labour market, resulting from the mismatch between skills demand and supply.

 JEL: J21, J24.


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Occupational structure; skills; labour market polarisation; forecasting.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35774/jee2018.01.003

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