Employment 2025: How will multiple transitions affect the European labour market - NEUJOBS (NEUJOBS)


This project doesn't include Faculty of Economics and Administration. It includes Faculty of Social Studies. Official project website can be found on muni.cz.
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Project Period
2/2011 - 1/2015
Investor / Pogramme / Project type
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the CR
MU Faculty or unit
Faculty of Social Studies

The call is based on a perception that the “the employment situation in Europe has remained worrying over the last few years despite some improvements… and the current crisis will actually see the situation deteriorate again across a very high number of employment sectors.” This is linked to the view that the Union “will have to step up its efforts to become a leader of this "socio-ecological" transition at world level, in particular as the world market for "green" goods and services is expected to double around 2020”, while noting that “there is hardly yet any major switch towards the socio-ecological activities and structures of tomorrow.”

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