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CHANGES ON THE LABOUR MARKET IN SLOVAK REPIBLIC IN CONTEXT OF POPULATION AGEING

Abstrakt:

Population ageing along with migration belong to the most serious problems that contemporary demography is concerned with. Labour market of every country is influenced by economic, social and demographic trends. Various demographic changes, such as change in population age structure have a significant impact on a labour market of every country. The aim of the article is to analyze and identify changes on the labour market in the context of population ageing in the sectors of national economy in Slovak Republic. This article deals with demographic trend such as a population ageing and its impact on the labour market in individual sectors of national economy in the Slovak Republic. We consider, that systematic analysis and research in this field can contribute to the solution of unemployment problems, but also to the ability to prepare for the future changes in the sectors of the nation economy and also the ability to exploit population 65+ and migration as the primary source of the labour shortage.

Autor: Katarína ŠKROVÁNKOVÁ, Eva GRMANOVÁ

Vydanie: 2018/4     Strany: 94-102     Klasifikácia JEL: H55, J11, J10

Kľúčové slová: population ageing, migration, labour market

Sekcia: SOCIAL CONTEXT OF THE ECONOMY, LABOR MARKET AND HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

Kontakty:
Ing. Katarína Škrovánková,
Faculty of Social and Economic Relations
Alexander Dubček University of Trenčín,
Študentská2,
911 50 Trenčín,
Slovakia
e-mail: katarina.skrovankova@tnuni.sk

doc. RNDr. Eva Grmanová, PhD.
Faculty of Social and Economic Relations
Alexander Dubček University of Trenčín,
Študentská2,
911 50 Trenčín,
Slovakia
e-mail: eva.grmanova@tnuni.sk


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