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. Bonoli , G. ( 2010 ): The Political Economy of Active Labour Market Policy . Politics & Society 38 ( 4 ): 435 – 457 . Börjeson , L. – Höjer , M. – Dreborg , K

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certificate, but at the same time, these systems fulfil the expectations of the employment system to responding to the needs of the labour market and well-preparing for professional careers. The second and third ideal types have no linkage between education

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The present transition from industrial to knowledge-based societies is characterised by major changes in working conditions and labour-market requirements. This process has resulted in a historically very fast restructuring in the scale of values. For example the flexibility, non-hierarchic structure and high adaptation capacity are becoming key factors both at individual and organisational level. The traditional educational system is slow to react effectively to this challenge, which may raise walls against further technical developments. Three interdependent parallel processes should be managed successfully in order to enjoy the advantages of our new age: (1) the renewal of knowledge, (2) the high-speed changes in labour-market demands and (3) the changes of applied tools and methods in learning. The existing mismatch between supply and demand in the labour market may lead to a very dangerous situation: a sharp division of the society into two groups by knowledge-based society skills, namely to small number of winners and a large majority of losers. Countries (like Hungary) should listen to these lessons and based on their best traditions they must react to the challenges in time and in a proper way. Otherwise the favourable foundations created by social, economic and political transformation in the 1990s may not serve the real adjustment to the global trends and the prices of social modernisation will become extremely high.

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Fényes , H. , & Mohácsi , M. 2019 Labour market and human capital. Theory and practice. [Munkaerőpiac és emberi tőke. Elmélet és gyakorlat] Debrecen Debreceni Egyetemi Kiado Labour market and human capital. Many sciences and many researchers deal

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Conditions , 5 : 1 – 11 . Bartkus , A. ( 2016 ): The Minimum Wage and the Lithuanian Labour Market . Economics of Transition , 25 ( 1 ): 47 – 55 , doi: 10.1111/ecot.12111

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delivered via apprenticeships – is seen to be particularly well-placed to supply skills matched to demand. Industry involvement should result in skills being delivered which have economic value in the workplace and labour market, otherwise one might ask why

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Pályakezdő diplomások. Az első állástalálás képzési területi különbségei és az oktatási intézmény hatása

Getting the First Job after Graduation: The Effects of Field of Education and Higher Educational Institutions

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Authors:
Tamás Bartus
and
Péter Róbert

Irodalom/References 1 Allmendinger, J. (1989) Educational Systems and Labor Market Outcomes. European Sociological Review , Vol. 5. No. 3. pp. 231

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has been under 4% since the first quarter of 2017 in Hungary, which practically means full employment. The Hungarian labour market is characterised more by the lack of workforce now [ 3 ], which is a serious problem that negatively impacts our economic

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Migráció és munkapiac. Az EU-tagság 15 éve

Migration and Labour Market – Reflections on the 15 Years of EU Membership

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Author:
Ágnes Hárs

. LEQS Paper, No. 5. 6 Boeri, T. & Brücker, H. (2000) The Impact of Eastern Enlargement on Employment and Labour Markets in the EU Member States. Final report. Berlin

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A felsőoktatási kínálat és a munkaerőpiaci kereslet találkozása

Matching Higher Education Supply and Labour Market Demand

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Authors:
László Gadár
,
Zsuzsanna Banász
,
Zsolt Tibor Kosztyán
, and
András Telcs

: Labour Market Correlates and Their Wage Penalty. IZA J Labor Econ 6, 2. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40172-016-0052-x 13 Newman, M. E. J. (2006

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