Labor market analysis in the Western Development Region of Romania. Graduates of the educational system in the Western Development Region of Romania

Ciprian Ioan Rujescu, Dora Manuela Orboi, Iuxel Vijiac, Simona Cristina Constantinescu, Nicoleta Gabriela Hădărugă

Volume 26, Issue 1;
Pages: 06-09; 2020
ISSN: 2069-0053 (print) (former ISSN: 1453-1399), Agroprint;
ISSN (online): 2068-9551
In the context of technological changes, the growth of information and the development of knowledge-intensive industries is very difficult to identify the new demands of the labor market. Continuous training is no longer a necessity, but it becomes an obligation to cope with these technological changes and artificial intelligence in any field. The increase of the population at global level and the reduction of the birth at national level entails the phenomenon of the internal and external migration towards the developed countries, migration that will unbalance the labor market in these countries. In the European Union and in Eastern Europe (developing countries) unemployment increases with the implementation of new "smart-innovative" technologies that greatly influence the demand of the labor market and the educational supply must be adapted and corroborated with the new demands of the labor market. For this reason, new methods are sought and researched to forecast and identify the future needs of the labor market, which must take into account the following factors: sector, employment, education and training, which may influence the demand and supply of future jobs.
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