Ever wondered what job you may be doing in 20 years? Have you ever thought that it may not have been invented yet?
Labour Market Information (LMI) is:
General employment trends – (i.e. unemployment rates; skills gaps; future demand)
The structure of the labour market – (i.e. what jobs exist, how many, which sectors e.g. transport, construction and finance)
The way the labour market functions – (i.e. how people get into jobs & move between employers)
Focusing on equality and diversity – (i.e. which individuals are employed in different sectors, at what levels/pay?)
The interaction between labour demand & supply – (i.e. mismatches – unemployment, skill shortages)
National, regional and local labour market variations – (i.e. size of workforce, prominent sectors, etc.)
Progression routes – (i.e. career structure, earnings, transferability of skills, etc.)
What job will you be doing in 2030?
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