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20/09/2010

New Skills for New Jobs: China and the EU. Shared labour market experiences to inform the harmonious and sustainable society of the future - July 2010

This report presents the research findings from a joint China and EU project on New Skills for New Jobs in the context of the crisis and its impact on vulnerable groups. Many sectors with existing structural problems have suffered severely from the economic crisis. Strategies have been put in place in China and the EU to support vulnerable groups to facilitate their reintegration into the labour market. As recovery kicks in, both China and the EU share a common interest in upskilling the workforce as a means to allow productivity growth and sustainable economic development.

author(s): European Commission - DG for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities - The Institute of P
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