Living and working in Dalarna és una nova edició dels European Job days. En aquesta ocasió es celebra al territori de Dalarna a Suecia. L'esdeveniment es pot seguir de manera presencial i online.
L'esdeveniment és el 6 d'agost de 2013
Labour market in Dalarna
There is a clear trend towards an increase in skills requirements in most sectors. This is due to the fact that companies need to replace many people who are retiring, and those now leaving the labour market are often well-educated and have a lot of work experience. Turnover in Dalarna’s labour market will continue to be high, and almost 25 000 people are expected to find jobs during the coming year.
Many of Dalarna’s companies are finding it difficult to get the right staff and unemployment is among the lowest in Sweden. During the year there will be shortages of personnel at all levels in nursing and healthcare, personnel with graduate skills in technology and building, and also some occupations with lower educational requirements.
In the coming year there will be extensive investments in new commercial areas, particularly in the central parts of the county. This will give rise to a strong demand for workers in commerce. Production in the building sector is declining, but companies are finding it very difficult to find building engineers and designers. There is great demand for people with managerial experience, such as site managers and heads of unit. There will be very good job opportunities for engineers in construction, mechanical engineering and electric power.
Shortage by sector
- Chemical engineers
- Electronics, Telecommunications Engineers
- Mining engineers, metallurgy
- Construction engineers
- Mechanical engineers
- Heavy current engineers
- Concrete workers
Private sector services
- Systems analysts and programmers
- Bus drivers
- Building custodians
- Bakers, confectioners
- Train driver
Font: Servei públic d'ocupació suec
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