Investing in the future of jobs and skills: Electromechanical engineering - Sector report

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21 szeptember 2009
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The report examines the size of the two sectors (Machinery and equipment, and Electrical machinery and apparatus) in terms of their contribution to value-added and employment in EU Member States and the relative importance of the sub-sectors. It also considers the way that tRead more
The report examines the size of the two sectors (Machinery and equipment, and Electrical machinery and apparatus) in terms of their contribution to value-added and employment in EU Member States and the relative importance of the sub-sectors. It also considers the way that these have changed over time, and more specifically, over the last 10 years. The report also analyses the structure of the two sectors in terms of the division of employment between firms of different size, which reflects the production characteristics of the different activities covered. A report summary is available - see Related content.

 

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    Investing in the future of jobs and skills: Electromechanical engineering - Sector report

    The report examines the size of the two sectors (Machinery and equipment, and Electrical machinery and apparatus) in terms of their contribution to value-added and employment in EU Member States and the relative importance of the sub-sectors. It also considers the way that these have changed over time, and more specifically, over the last 10 years. The report also analyses the structure of the two sectors in terms of the division of employment between firms of different size, which reflects the production characteristics of the different activities covered.

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    Investing in the future of jobs and skills: Electromechanical engineering - Executive summary

    The electro-mechanical industry is, for the most part, strong, competitive and vital to the health of the EU economy. The skills of the work force are rising, with a growing demand for highly qualified staff, but there are important differences between Member States that reflect the nature of the industry in the different countries. A report is published as part of a series of forward-looking sector studies on new skills and new jobs - see Related content.

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