Labour Market Analysis
In today’s world, labour markets are changing faster than ever before. From the way people work to the skills they need, green and digital technologies bring new challenges and benefits to all economies.
Cambridge Econometrics helps policymakers to respond to the changes in the current and future demand and supply of jobs and skills in the economy.
We provide support in:
- understanding the key drivers of change and analysing labour market information to interpret current and future trends in employment
- skills anticipation
- labour market impact assessment of policy changes
- green and digital transition impact on employment and skills
Our understanding of labour markets and the relationships between key drivers, combined with robust, independent analysis, equips you with the information you need to improve labour market outcomes for millions of workers.
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Our approach to labour market transformation is based on robust quantitative analysis.
Using our E3ME macroeconometric model, we have assessed the impact on the labour market of automation, digitalisation, the greening of the economy, Covid-19 pandemic, the increase in coverage of the care economy and much more.
We are leading the delivery of Cedefop Skills Forecast and have created bespoke skills anticipation models for the Dominican Republic and Georgia.
We have developed and updated the European Skills Index 2016, 2018, 2020 and 2022 We are also equipped to do green jobs assessments based on the ILO methodology.
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Jobs & Skills blog posts
Following on from an earlier article unpacking the drivers behind the tightness of the UK’s labour market, Senior Adviser Andrew Sentance takes the same question to understand whether or not this is part of a regional or global trend in labour markets.
In our March blog we hi…
Many Southeast Asian countries are facing high unemployment rates, especially in younger people with a higher education. But is the uptake of green technologies the solution to this problem?
In this article, Principal Economist Madalina Suta discusses the findings from our ana…
Ahead of the UK’s Spring budget statement, Senior Adviser Andrew Sentance delves deeper in to the drivers behind UK’s tight labour market. How is the UK’s sluggish productivity having an impact and what are the drivers behind workers leaving the labour market? Key issues, Andrew …
This is the third blog in a case study series that explores the merits of microdata in policy analysis.
Using Labour Force Survey (LFS) and Census 2011 data, Senior Economist Eve Xinru Lin looks at the transformation of the UK labour market between 2011 and 2019 and provides i…
In this interview Professor Didier Fouarge, Director of the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market at Maastricht University, and Cornelia Suta, Principal Consultant at Cambridge Econometrics, are asked about the Technequality Horizon 2020 project they are working on …