The Romanian Higher Education and Labour Market - Requirements and Correlations
AbstractLabour market can be regarded as a meeting of complex processes, which are the meeting between labour supply and skills characterized by knowledge that an individual has obtained either through completion of an educational institution or by completion of special courses or gained in the workplace and labour demand which depends on socio-economic changes, such as: changes in the sectoral structure of economy, technological, demographic factors, psychosocial factors etc. Changes in Romania, namely the transition process to market economy, started in late 1989, the economic growth generated by the Romanian society reforms and EU rules before and after accession, put their mark on the labour market. To balance demand and supply conditions encountered in the labour market is necessary to improve the education and training system, the most important factors in determining occupational structure, depending the demands of the labour market in which all social partners should be involved.
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