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Georgia: EU and UNDP conducts labour market research to boost reforms in vocational education and training

Georgian employers cite a lack of professionalism and a lack of motivation among job seekers as major barriers to recruitment. At the same time, 88% of businesses say they don’t work with vocational colleges or training centers. Only 24% of employers reported working with vocational training institutions to provide students with internships and on-the-job training.카지노사이트

These and other findings can be found in a labor market study released on September 13 by the European Union and UNDP.

The study, conducted by ACT Research Company in collaboration with Georgia’s Ministry of Education and Science and the Skills Agency, focuses on the tourism and health/wellness sectors and spans 14 municipalities across five Georgian regions (Adjara Autonomous Republic, Guria, Imereti, Kakheti, Racha-Lechkhumi Kvemo Svaneti).바카라사이트

The study examines the professional qualifications required in these market segments, analyzes how existing vocational education and training programs correspond to market demand, and assesses the prospects for introducing and developing new educational programs. It also includes suggestions for improving collaboration between employers and educational institutions, as well as making vocational education and training more responsive to the needs of young people, women, people with disabilities, and members of ethnic minorities.

According to GEOSTAT, unemployment in Georgia averages around 18%, with some regions reaching 30%. The unemployment rate for people aged 15 to 29 ranges from 28% to 50%.온라인카지노

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