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Workforce Development | Taking Steps to a 21st Century Workforce - Macedonia

Workforce Development | Regional Overview

Taking Steps to a 21st Century Workforce - Macedonia: Report


RCI developed this report on Macedonia’s workforce development and competitiveness challenges. It identifies short- and long-term workforce development and other strategies to improve competitiveness and increase the number and quality of employment opportunities. The report also provides general cost estimates and timeframes associated with these strategies and recommendations to USAID for a specific project to support these efforts.


Workforce Development | Taking Steps to a 21st Century Workforce - Macedonia: Annexes

 
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Workforce Development | Regional Overview:

Albania

 
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

 
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Montenegro

 
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Serbia

 
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Kosovo

 
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Republic of Macedonia

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT


Workforce Development (WfD) is defined as “activities undertaken by industry, government, and/or donor organizations for the purpose of improving productivity and employability of workers in growth-oriented industries.”   RCI is currently examining the relationship between WfD and Competitiveness, with a particular focus on Southeast Europe. 

RCI engaged local consultants to conduct overviews of WfD activities in countries of Southeast Europe.


The Overviews, available below, are intended to do the following:


  1. Identify the most significant activities currently underway in each country

  2. Identify key personnel associated with each activity

  3. Quantify, to the extent possible within the short scope of this assignment, if there is a workforce gap as described above, and provide some quantification or estimation of the extent of that gap.

  4. Identify any planned activities in WfD that are likely to be launched within the next 12 to 18 months, and the associated personnel

  5. Identify key industry sectors for which WfD might be important, but not now currently being undertake