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job creation potential of the service sector in Europe

job creation potential of the service sector in Europe

final report 2000

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Bernan Associates [distributor] in Luxembourg, Lanham, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Job creation -- European Union countries,
  • Service industries -- European Union countries

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Dominique Anxo and Donald Storrie in collaboration with ... Randall W. Eberts ... [et al.]
    SeriesEmployment & social affairs
    ContributionsAnxo, Dominique, Storrie, Donald W, Eberts, Randall W, European Commission. Directorate-General for Employment and Social Affairs. Unit EMPL/A.1
    The Physical Object
    Pagination332 p. :
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15346551M
    ISBN 109289406038

    and job creation in Uganda. B. Brief Background Youth unemployment stands at between 64% and 70%, and about , youths are released annually into the job market to compete for approximately 9, available jobs. About 30% of the youths who are institutionally qualified in Uganda are unable to find jobs, and the situation is even worse for semi-. Micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises (commonly abbreviated to SMEs) are responsible for more than two thirds of all jobs worldwide. They also account for the majority of new job creation. But despite providing a huge share of global employment, SMEs still face major challenges when it comes to working conditions, productivity and informality.

    in good jobs in the service sector. A key focus of this book is to challenge these long-held views and shed some light on the true nature of service employment. Another reason for the lack of attention to the service sector is that service fi rms (and establishments) have long been thought of as small relative to manu-facturing fi rms (and.   The omnibus bill on job creation would amend 73 laws and consists of 15 chapters and articles. The government and businesspeople consider .

    The report shows that two policy levers can enhance the growth potential of jobs in the agro-processing sector: (i) enhanced investments and advisory services to promising agro-processing firms to stimulate rapid job creation in local and regional economies; and, (ii) government policy must support the increased use of vertical integration (or. The number of Jobs dependent on the Environment and Resource Efficiency improvements 5 Preface The background of this study is the emerging discussion on how environmental protection and resource efficiency goes hand-in-hand with job creation. Improved use of resources will increase the competitiveness by reducing costs and improving processes.


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The job creation potential of the service sector in Europe Final report Employment & social affairs Employment and European Social Fund European Commission Directorate-General for Employment and Social Affairs Unit EMPL/A.1 Manuscript completed in Edited by Dominique Anxo and Donald Storrie (Centre for European Labour Market Studies Cited by: 7.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Job creation potential of the service sector in Europe. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, The job creation potential of the service sector in Europe The European Union has established an integrated framework for economic and employment policies designed to improve its capacity to.

The job creation potential of the service sector in Europe. The job creation potential of the service sector in Europe. Autores: Dominique Anxo, Donald Storrie Localización: Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, ISSNVol. 8, Nº. 3,págs.

Idioma: inglés Resumen. This article analyses the drivers of and barriers to service employment growth and reviews available policy by: Section I ranks the performance of 21 OECD countries by job creation over the past two decades, taking into account their growth in output, capital investment, and increase in working age population.

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The quality of jobs being created in the non-farm sector can be dubbed as ordinary—informal and casual—regarding their potential for rural transformation and lowering structural poverty.

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