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Future scenarios for the development of the European labour force

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  • Anna Ruzik-Sierdzinska

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The future size and quality of the European labour force are important production factors for future economic growth in the region. The performance of many systems such as social security and health depends on the population of future potential tax payers. Older workers are an important and increasing share of the employment in Europe. Due to lower fertility and longer life expectancy, today, a larger than ever share of the population is over 50. Eurostat projections show that the share of people between the ages of 50 and 74 in the population aged 20-74 will increase in the EU27 countries from the current 40 per cent to 47 per cent in 2050. However, countries differ in terms of elderly activity. Existing studies show that this is related to various factors, including labour market institutions. As demographic ageing is expected to continue in the future, it is important to know more about these factors in order to recommend policies that could be efficient for the development of future labour markets and the economy as a whole.

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  • Anna Ruzik-Sierdzinska, 2014. "Future scenarios for the development of the European labour force," CASE Network E-briefs 1, CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:sec:ebrief:0114
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    Labor market; social policy and social services; Europe; Eastern Europe; Caucasus and Central Asia;

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