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Labour Market Needs Survey Underway

9 September 2020

The Central Statistics Office is moving ahead with the execution of the Labour Market Needs Survey as part of the first phase of the Human Capital Resiliency Project (HCRP) funded through the World Bank.

The Labour Market Needs Survey seeks to find out about current labour market trends and seeks to provide a snapshot of businesses' opinions on training and strategic skill needs as well as an overall assessment of economic, social and technical drivers of market growth.

The field work for the survey commenced on Aug. 3, and is expected to continue into the end of September. During this time field officers attached to the Central Statistics Office will be engaging a sample of business establishments via telephone and face-to-face interviews to complete a questionnaire relating to the labour market.

The Central Statistics Office is seeking the assistance and cooperation of the selected business establishments to complete the questionnaire in an accurate and timely manner to ensure the reliability and success of the survey.

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