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Auswirkungen des demographischen Wandels auf den Arbeitsmarkt in Sachsen : Analyse und Gegenstrategien

  • Beate Grundig
  • Carsten Pohl
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    Mittels einer Status-Quo-Prognose werden die Auswirkungen des demographischen Wandels auf den Arbeitsmarkt in Sachsen untersucht. Danach könnte bei den hoch qualifizierten Erwerbspersonen bereits in naher Zukunft eine Arbeitskräfteknappheit eintreten. Selektive Zuwanderung, die Verlängerung der Lebensarbeitszeit sowie die Erhöhung der Erwerbsbeteiligung unter hoch qualifizierten Frauen (mit Kindern) könnten dazu beitragen, den Mangel zu verringern. Langfristig muss jedoch verstärkt die Bildung von hoch qualifiziertem Humankapital im Freistaat gefördert werden.

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    Volume (Year): 11 (2004)
    Issue (Month): 03 (06)
    Pages: 05-17

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