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SkiLMeeT – Skills for Labour Markets in the Digital and Green Transition

The SkiLMeeT project has three main objectives: (i) generate data and indicators which quantify the extent of labour and skills shortages and mismatch in Europe; (ii) explore the drivers of these gaps and shortages, with a focus on the digital and green transitions; (iii) analyse and identify pathways to reduce skill gaps and shortages. To achieve these aims, SkiLMeeT uses a large range of quantitative and qualitative methods and data, including big data such as online job vacancies. The analyses of drivers and pathways are conducted both for all European countries and for particularly relevant example countries.

The project’s results are used to develop concrete policy proposals aimed at equipping the workforce with the demanded skills, to encourage successfully the necessary reskilling and upskilling of the workforce and ultimately to realise the full potential of the digital and green transitions for Europe as a whole.


Currently there are no publications available for this project

Project start:
01. January 2024

Project end:
31. December 2026

Project management:
Prof. Dr. Ronald Bachmann

Project staff:
Myrielle Gonschor, Lukas Jonas, Eduard Storm PhD

Project partners:
IBS - Fundacja Naukowa Instytut Badan Strukturalnych , Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research , Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei, Utrecht University, Aldgate Strategy Group, TNO

Horizon Europe