Qualification map of Ukraine
Description on every region on opportunities for training, professional training and retraining by sectors of education, specialities and occupations, needs of regions in skilled labor force, analysis of correspondences.
There is currently a shortage of a number of occupations in the labour market. The forecasting of skill needs seeks to establish links between economic trends and occupational requirements. In this way it provides timely information on what qualifications and how many workers holding them the economy will need, and assesses who has good prospects finding appropriate employment.
About skill needs forecasting
Why are we not content with analysing the past and knowing the present problems of our economy? Why is it helpful for the labour market to look ahead? What forecasting instruments should be chosen and what instruments are used in the most developed economies of the world?
Sector studies facilitate an in-depth exploration of selected parts of Ukraine economy and seek to identify links between changes in the global economy and the demand for workers in important sectors. When and in what industries is this going to happen? Which occupations will be of key importance in terms of competitiveness?
This section focuses on various industries of Ukraine, their past and expected future development. You will find information about the demand for occupations in the given industry, the expected development of employment and the age and occupational structure.
This section has been inspired by the experience of developed countries in the area of forecasting future need for skilled labour. In countries such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Canada etc., these activities are considered to be an important part of the services provided by labour market bodies, and these issues receive significant attention.
Labor demand in 2020 (12 months)
The Institute of Professional Qualifications presents the results of the analysis of new vacancies submitted by employers in 2020.