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Commitment 28
Consultation of Social Partners on Interaction between the Knowledge Economy and the Labour Market
Innovation Union commitment text

"The Commission will consult the social partners to examine how the knowledge economy can be spread to all occupational levels and all sectors. It will ask the social partners for proposals on how to develop a sectoral labour market strategy for the caring sector."

Employment in KIBS* as a % of Total Employment in NUTS2 Regions (2006)
Note: *KIBS ( Knowledge-Intensive Business Services) can mostly be found in advanced European economies, such as Sweden, Denmark or the United Kingdom, but also in urban centres in other countries.
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The Commission will consult the social partners to examine how the knowledge economy can be spread to all occupational levels and all sectors. It will ask the social partners for proposals on how to develop a sectoral labour market strategy for the caring sector.

10/06/2011

The Commission will consult the social partners to examine how the knowledge economy can be spread to all occupational levels and all sectors. It will ask the social partners for proposals on how to develop a sectoral labour market strategy for the caring sector.

10/06/2011

The Commission will consult the social partners to examine how the knowledge economy can be spread to all occupational levels and all sectors. It will ask the social partners for proposals on how to develop a sectoral labour market strategy for the caring sector.

10/06/2011
10/06/2011
10/06/2011
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10/06/2011