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Research outputs: SKILLS DEMAND
This policy brief will focus on the first aspect (the underpinning economic and political history), considering particularly two findings wi...Download this report
In the light of South Africa's high levels of unemployment and relatively small informal sector, enabling and supporting growth of small, me...Download this report
2016 Estimating the current and future skills demand of government's national growth and development policies
A key area for policy in South Africa is how to develop a strong foundation of labour market information and to provide the type of intellig...Download this report
his policy brief emerges from the report, Approaches and Methods for Understanding Scarce Skills Occupations in South Africa (Powell, Reddy ...Download this report