Labour Market Diagnosis Mechanism
The Labour Market Needs Diagnosis Mechanism has been established by the Ministry of Labor, Social Solidarity in 2016, following an Action Plan approved by the European Commission in 2015. It includes a wide business network of institutions and social partners as well as a special Information System. The National Institute of Labor and Human Resources (EIEAD) has the scientific responsibility of producing results, coordinates the network and manages the Information System
Abstract: The Annual Report 2020 of the Labour Market Needs Diagnosis Mechanism is published in a concise and easy-to-use format, utilising advanced imaging software. It records and analyses the developments in employment and unemployment in 2019 and the previous years, the demand for jobs by profession, industry and skill level at national and local level. It consists of 59 interactive whiteboards that allow the user to specify the available information according to demographics, time, space, etc. criteria that interest him / her. It is also possible to extract even more detailed information through the “Learn more” option. The first section of the Report concerns the evolution of the basic dimensions of the labor market, while the second to the analysis of labor market trends and in particular the dynamism of professions and sectors of economic activity, at national and local level. The data of the Report come from the Labor Force Survey of ELSTAT, the PS. ERGANI, the OAED registered unemployment register and the European system for classification of skills, abilities, qualifications and professions ESCO.
Abstract: The Annual Report 2019 of the Mechanism of Labour Market Diagnosis is being published in a brand new format. A very large body of information from four major databases harvested by the mechanism has been integrated into a single dashboard. The Report contains information on the following themes: a) The labour market during 2011-2018, based on data from ELSTAT (National Statistical Authority), b) Salaried employment in Greece during 2014-2018, based on data from Ergani (National Employment Registry), c) Registered unemployment in Greece during 2018, based on data from OAED (Public Employment Service, d)Knowledge, competences and skills, based on data from ESCO (European Skills/Competences, qualifications and Occupations). A series of introductory questions for each theme allow are the starting points for targeted explorations. By pressing the button “Click here” at the end of each question, the user can navigate through the respective dashboard containing the data required to answer each question, and further specify the analysis as needed. At the lower right-hand corner of each dashboard the user can select to view the dashboard in Full Screen, to download the dashboard in Image, PDF and PowerPoint formats, as well as to Share the dashboard through social media.