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Labour market & skill trends 1991-92

Labour market & skill trends 1991-92

Planning for a changing labour market : Executive summary.

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Published by Employment Department, East Midlands and Anglia regional office in Nottingham .
Written in English


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ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Employment, East Midlands and Anglia regional office.
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We demonstrate the possibility of balanced growth with trends in the labor market by intro- ducing skill-biased technological change into an otherwise standard neoclassical growth model with two sectors and three factors of production: capital, skilled labor and unskilled labor. 5 Skill-Cited by: 3.   Mind the skills gap: UK labour market trends changing its skills profile to meet the burgeoning market for service-based industries, in which the British enjoyed a worldwide reputation for.

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Economic and Labor Market Trends increase over this time period, attesting to the high premium paid for high-skilled and educated workers.7 Among immigrant workers themselves, the robust econ-omy of the late s also appears to have produced stronger employment than wage gains. Immigrant unemployment rates-especially those of Hispanic. The Economics Daily Hispanic share of the labor force projected to be percent by From to , the Hispanic share of the labor force is projected to increase more than that of any other race or ethnic group, increasing from percent in to percent in


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