Labour Market in 5 Years

Worth It?

Worth It?

Higher education has long ceased to guarantee finding a job quickly. According to the Central Statistical Office of Poland (GUS) in the first quarter of 2014, the number of unemployed university graduates amounted to 254,000, and 230,200 unemployed college graduates. This shows that unemployment among university graduates is at a similar level to those with general education. The labour market will go through significant changes in the coming years and those who gained deficit skills, may count on finding a very good job. However, graduates who want to find not only a good job but also earn good money will have to make crucial decisions about their future education path. First of all, in the future, skills and competences rather than university diplomas will be of greater importance on the labour market. Therefore, when making a decision on selecting a field of study, it is worth considering technical studies. This is because the IT industry is developing extremely dynamically. Foreign language graduates with knowledge of English, German or French will also be easily employed in occupations related to technical support and project management. Irrespective of one’s degree, the labour market will require employees with high qualifications who, besides substantive knowledge of a particular industry, will be able to deliver a range of soft skills, including linguistic proficiency.
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