Traducción automática

El presente sitio Web está traducido a varias lenguas españolas oficiales en sus respectivos territorios, de conformidad con lo establecido en el artículo 3 de la Constitución Española de 1978 y sus Estatutos de Autonomía.

Las lenguas son el catalán, el euskera, gallego, valenciano, inglés y francés. Se advierte que, con carácter general, puede existir un desfase entre la versión en castellano y en las otras lenguas, derivado del proceso de traducción a las mismas.

The match between labour supply and demand

2023 The match between labour supply and demand

The public employment service Estatal (SEPE) presents a publication issued by the observatory of occupations: 2023 - Adjustment of the labour supply and demand in the labour market, to complement the studies carried out annually on the work of state and provincial levels. This report is in line with the prospective investigations of the observatory, focused on the labour market situation, provide for their future evolution and anticipate their behaviour, diagnostics and offering solutions to possible imbalances detected.

Mismatches concern not only possible for people to find decent and productive work, they are also a drag on growth in employment, improving the productivity and economic and social development. Currently, some companies show certain difficulties in filling certain positions within their companies, both for low and high qualification

Why are currently seeing this? To answer this question, the observatory of occupations has initiated a new line of work to collect information about the mismatch between labour supply and demand.

There are several reasons argued by the experts we consulted; in the labour market are in conformity with the profiles required, others considered that it did not need better-educated professionals; but also conditions of employment or the lack of mobility in the spanish workers reluctant to change their residence and the lack of generational replacement are the most recurrent arguments offered as dysfunctional.

A key factor is training. The study has identified many occupations associated with lack of graduates in vocational training, something detected for years. A situation that was trying to alleviate with measures such as the recent Act of Management and integration of vocational training, to facilitate the coverage of these professionals in the labour fabric, approaching european standards more

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