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Ecological transformation and the labour market in Schleswig-Holstein

Client

Ministry of Economic Affairs, Transport, Employment, Technology and Tourism, Schleswig-Holstein

Year

ongoing


Our mission

What impact do climate protection measures have on the Federal State of Schleswig-Holstein’s need for professionally and academically qualified specialists? Which dual training professions and professions in the academic field are of great importance for climate protection? The Ministry of Economic Affairs, Transport, Employment, Technology and Tourism, Schleswig-Holstein, has commissioned us to investigate these issues.

Our approach

Firstly, the Prognos team identifies the sectors and key professions that are particularly relevant for implementing climate protection measures.

A comparison with the regional supply of skilled workers available up to 2030 shows which parts of the labour market are expected to experience shortages of skilled workers. The focus is on vocational and academic education. The resulting training and qualification requirements as well as measures for securing skilled workers are also examined.

The results of the analyses provide a sound assessment of whether the required skilled workers can be recruited through the training activities offered by local companies – that is, whether there is need for action in Schleswig-Holstein, and if so, in which parts of the labour market.

Project team: Markus Hoch, Claudia Münch, Dr Jonathan Eberle, Sven Kreidelmeyer, Philipp Kreuzer, Hannah Staab, Kristina Stegner, Lauritz Wandhoff

 

Latest update: 26.08.2022

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