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In a comprehensive study, Prognos analyses the social and economic situation of freelance and hybrid working creatives. The results will serve as a basis for targeted improvements.
Retiring at 63 is very popular. In 2021 alone, more than 270,000 people took the option of early retirement. These were the findings of our study for the INSM.
A short new analysis shows to what extent the shortage of skilled workers threatens the central political projects of the Federal Government.
How many specialists will Schleswig-Holstein need to implement its climate protection measures? What are the key professions necessary for successful implementation?
Study compares “boomers” and Generation Z: high need for security for young and old alike.
Through intensive trade relations with EU states, the German economy is an important driver of economic development in the EU.
Through the Just Transition Platform, the EU supports countries in achieving their climate goals. Prognos helps manage this platform with analytics and knowledge management.
The Transformation Agency serves as a signpost for the changing world of work. Prognos puts this into action on behalf of the Ministry for Labour, Social Affairs, Transformation and Digitisation.
What is the demand for professionally trained specialists in Bremen as a business location in light of climate protection measures?
The population in Central Germany is shrinking, aging, and requires increasing levels of care. However, the industries in focus have leverage – especially in cities.
The study shows that the pharmaceutical industry makes an important contribution to value creation and employment in Germany and stabilised the state of the German economy during the crisis-related slump in 2020.
On behalf of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, we evaluated the impact of the statutory minimum wage in Germany since its introduction in 2015.
If German economic productivity increases, not every individual benefits to the same extent. These are the results of our study commissioned by the Bertelsmann Stiftung.
Together with the IW Köln and the IAQ, Prognos forms the office for the Council of the Working World.
As part of a social partnership project for the ECEG and industriAll European Trade Union, the study examines the effects of innovation and digital transformation on the workplace in the chemical industry on a Europe-wide scale.
How are Germany's regions positioned for the future? The 2013 study in cooperation with Handelsblatt.
Prognos is one of the oldest economic research centres in Europe. Founded at the University of Basel, Prognos experts have been conducting research for a wide range of clients from the public and private sectors since 1959 – politically independent, scientifically sound.