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Gabriela MOTOI, Gabriel PRICINĂ, The studies–occupation Bond in the Context of Profession Diversification on the Labour Market

Gabriela MOTOI
Lecturer, PhD, University of Craiova, Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, Sociology Specialization;
E-mail: gabrielamotoi@yahoo.com

Gabriel PRICINĂ
Lecturer, PhD, University of Craiova, Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, Sociology Specialization;
E-mail: gabrielpricina@gmail.com

Abstract
The correlation between education and labour market is a subject of high interest, but insufficiently researched, and most of all, not widely practiced. The severity of financial crisis adds a high degree of uncertainty about the future of global economy and European policies should be designed to increase occupancy by improving human capital by upgrading skills and abilities that the new context of European labour market requires. Improving skills is very important to maintain equality in the workplace, because people who have low skills are the most vulnerable on the labor market and will be the first to know the impact of an economic crisis, similar to that currently taking place worldwide. In a society where everything changes fast and there is a continuous need for new competencies and knowledge, the educational system cannot provide the individual the competence which is necessary throughout his life. The changes occurring in a society require the improvement of human capital that is going to have different abilities and skills from now on.

Keywords
professions, education, labour market, skills, economic recession.

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