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The occupation searched for is part of the occupational group: Managers of small enterprises and production and operation managers, regional governons and legislators. Information about the future concerns the entire group.

The future situation of the occupational group on the labour market

The employment prospects for this occupational group in the 2009-2013 period will be as follows:

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The chances of finding employment for this occupational group in 2009-2013 are slightly below-average. As compared to the current situation the chances will lower slightly. This is the result of competitive pressures and the concentration trend in industries that account for a substantial portion of jobs filled by employees belonging to this occupational group (retail, wholesale, hotels and restaurants). These industries may more often witness small enterprises merging or closing down. Moreover, it is expected that retail chains will expand into smaller towns. This will lead to concentration and small retailers will be pushed out of the market. As another consequence of the crisis companies will seek to decrease management and administration costs. This, again, will result in a decrease in employment in this occupational group. Moreover, new small and medium-sized enterprises will not emerge quickly enough so as to affect the development of demand for this occupational group.

Development of the employment in the occupational group (in thousands):

  • Total employment
  • Development of employment in this occupational group

As a result of economic development the number of jobs within this occupational group will increase by 6 % by 2013. The number of jobs in the economy as a whole will increase by 0,2 %. A total of 18 % of workers in this occupational group will leave their jobs (e.g. retirement). Some of these jobs will cease to exist, some will have to be filled. Overall, 12 % of current employment will have to be filled, i.e. 31700 new workers will have to be hired.

The current situation of the occupational group at the labour market:

The occupational group consists of the following subgroups:

  • ISCO 131 - Managers of small enterprises
  • ISCO 122 - Production and operations managers
  • ISCO 111 - Legislators and senior government officials
  • ISCO 115 - Mayors, deputy mayors and senior staff at district and local authorities

Managers of small enterprises (ISCO 131)

Development of employment in this occupational subgroup (in thousands)

  • Total employment
  • Development of employment in this occupational subgroup

Occupations in this subgroup are most frequently found in the following industries:

In 2008 the median age of employees in this subgroup was 44 years, in the economy as a whole it was 41 years.

The age structure of employees in this occupational subgroup:

Employees in this occupational subgroup most frequently have the following qualification:

  • Secondary (3a) - economics, business, law (13 %)

It is expected that by 2013 the following number of graduates with qualifications suitable for this occupational subgroup will enter the labour market:

Education Number of graduates entering labour market by 2013 Development of graduate numbers in 2009-2013
Secondary (3a) - economics, business, law 88 440 slight decrease

The development of the number of graduates is ranked using a five-degree scale: rapid decrease - slight decrease - stagnation - slight increase - rapid increase.

Production and operations managers (ISCO 122)

Development of employment in this occupational subgroup (in thousands)

  • Total employment
  • Development of employment in this occupational subgroup

Occupations in this subgroup are most frequently found in the following industries:

In 2008 the median age of employees in this subgroup was 44 years, in the economy as a whole it was 41 years.

The age structure of employees in this occupational subgroup:

Employees in this occupational subgroup most frequently have the following qualification:

  • Secondary (3a) - mechanical engineering (12 %)
  • Secondary (3a) - economics, business, law (11 %)

It is expected that by 2013 the following number of graduates with qualifications suitable for this occupational subgroup will enter the labour market:

Education Number of graduates entering labour market by 2013 Development of graduate numbers in 2009-2013
Secondary (3a) - mechanical engineering 14 320 slight decrease
Secondary (3a) - economics, business, law 88 440 slight decrease

The development of the number of graduates is ranked using a five-degree scale: rapid decrease - slight decrease - stagnation - slight increase - rapid increase.

Legislators and senior government officials (ISCO 111)

Development of employment in this occupational subgroup (in thousands)

  • Total employment
  • Development of employment in this occupational subgroup

Occupations in this subgroup are most frequently found in the following industries:

In 2008 the median age of employees in this subgroup was 52 years, in the economy as a whole it was 41 years.

The age structure of employees in this occupational subgroup:

Employees in this occupational subgroup most frequently have the following qualification:

  • Secondary (3a) - mechanical engineering (17 %)
  • Secondary (3a) - agriculture (13 %)
  • Secondary (3a) - economics, business, law (10 %)

It is expected that by 2013 the following number of graduates with qualifications suitable for this occupational subgroup will enter the labour market:

Education Number of graduates entering labour market by 2013 Development of graduate numbers in 2009-2013
Secondary (3a) - mechanical engineering 14 320 slight decrease
Secondary (3a) - agriculture 6 830 rapid decrease
Secondary (3a) - economics, business, law 88 440 slight decrease

The development of the number of graduates is ranked using a five-degree scale: rapid decrease - slight decrease - stagnation - slight increase - rapid increase.

Mayors, deputy mayors and senior staff at district and local authorities (ISCO 115)

Development of employment in this occupational subgroup (in thousands)

  • Total employment
  • Development of employment in this occupational subgroup

Occupations in this subgroup are most frequently found in the following industries:

In 2008 the median age of employees in this subgroup was 54 years, in the economy as a whole it was 41 years.

The age structure of employees in this occupational subgroup:

Employees in this occupational subgroup most frequently have the following qualification:

  • Tertiary - economics, business, other sciences (18 %)
  • Tertiary - building and life science (18 %)

It is expected that by 2013 the following number of graduates with qualifications suitable for this occupational subgroup will enter the labour market:

Education Number of graduates entering labour market by 2013 Development of graduate numbers in 2009-2013
Tertiary - economics, business, other sciences 69 810 slight increase
Tertiary - building and life science 21 680 rapid increase

The development of the number of graduates is ranked using a five-degree scale: rapid decrease - slight decrease - stagnation - slight increase - rapid increase.

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