Skills in the Labour Market Outlook
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Table of Contents
- What are Skills Shortages?
- Demand for Labour
- The recession has lowered labour demand
- Supply of Labour
- Population and labour force growth
- Movement into study
- Net migration is increasing
- Supply is needed to fill the gap left by retiring workers
- Indicators of skill shortages
- Learning more
- Other products available from the Labour Market Dynamics team.