Dutch labour market shortages and potential labour supply from Africa and the Middle East: is there a match?
The Netherlands and many other EU countries increasingly face labour market shortages, while around one third of young people in countries near Europe are unemployed. Is there a potential match between demand and supply?
The market for learning materials in primary education is functioning adequately. Suppliers tailor their offering to the majority of schools. The innovation and digitalization of learning materials is a step-by-step process.
This report examines the labour market position of higher vocational and university graduates.
Promotions of teachers to LD positions are very rare in preparatory secondary vocational education (vmbo). This report examines the causes.
The State Secretary of Education, Culture and Science wants more posiibilities for new schools. Under what conditions will the chosen scenario of policy measures have the desired effects for primary and secondary education?
What has been agreed in collective bargaining agreements during the past decade that could boost long-term employability and external mobility?
How is the labour market of the province of Noord Holland expected to fare in 2014&2015? The STAN Labour Market Barometer Noord-Holland presents up-to-date estimates of the labour market.
As we all know, EU enlargement has resulted in an increase in the numbers of labour migrants from Eastern Europe. But how many are there really, and what effects are they having on Dutch workers?
As students taking multi-year Master's programmes will be faced with additional cost once the student loan system is introduced, there is a fear that intake into these programmes could decrease. Is this a plausible fear?
There are fears of an acute shortage in the technology sector. This survey shows that the problem is not so much the intake of staff as the fact that large numbers of technically trained people opt for jobs outside the technical sector as soon as they complete their education.