Report on the labour market stakeholders perspective for Green Jobs

A study on the labor market stakeholders’ perspective of the  key cross-cutting competencies related to Green Jobs has been published. The survey compares responses from different European countries: Malta, Lithuania, Slovakia, Italy, Luxembourg and Poland.

Key findings include that renewable energy, resource management, agriculture, forestry and agri-food are the sectors the majority of the respondents believe would provide the higher contribution to the green transition. Moreover, the results show that the most important soft skills for Green Jobs are problem solving, motivation, skills to operate and maintain technology and communication.

These and other findings can be found in the whole study

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Motivating mobilizing supporting NEETs green career pathway.
Call: Unlocking Youth Potential
Project No. 2020-1-0033
Lead partner: Jobsplus
Duration: 29 months


INTERCEPT benefits from a € 2.18M grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.