Evidence of skills shortages and general trends in employment and the value of better labour market information systems

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Labour shortages or mismatches are a major factor inhibiting investment and economic development across [Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation] APEC. In order to establish an appropriate regional response to the supply of skilled labour it is necessary to adopt a comprehensive strategy for monitoring labour force demand and supply across the APEC region. This report outlines the reasoning.

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Subjects: Labour market; Skills and knowledge; Employment; Research

Keywords: Skill needs; Skill shortage; Labour demand; Labour supply; Labour shortage

Geographic subjects: Asia; Oceania; North America; South America; Europe; Australia; New Zealand; Canada; Mexico; United States; Russia; Peru; Chile; Hong Kong (China); Japan; Singapore; Papua New Guinea; Brunei; China; Indonesia; Korea; Malaysia; Philippines; Thailand; Vietnam

Published: Singapore: APEC Secretariat, 2014

Physical description: [77] p.

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http://publications.apec.org/publication-detail.php?pub_id=1533

Also called: A report on the APEC region labour market: evidence of skills shortages and general trends in employment and the value of better labour market information systems

ISBN: 9789810793449

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At head of title: A report on the APEC Region labour market

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 119.83

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