Mihai Alexandru COSTESCU
Assistant Professor, PhD, University of Craiova, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Romania;
Published on October 31, 2016
This paper aims to create a general image of the European Labor Market from the end of WWII to present day, as well as to identify some major trends in Labor Market evolution in the following years. The focus is set on the direct link between labor market and economic development, and the evolution from the consumption society to the knowledge society today, and the global society of tomorrow, and the influences on the structure of labor, from very skilled employees in industry to service professionals and the increased need of IT&C personal in the future.
labor market, economic development, knowledge economy, global society.
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