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Education, profession and regional development

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Eduprof Expertmeeting 14-15 April 2011 Groningen. …

Eduprof Expertmeeting 14-15 April 2011 Groningen.

Workshop Demographic Change

General introduction by Søren Gytz Olesen, Research Director of the VIA University College, Denmark


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  • 1. Education, profession and regional development
    Søren Gytz Olesen
    Research Director
    VIA University College, DK
  • 2. The Danish Situation…
  • 3. Case: region ’Central Jutland’
    27% of all employes in the region arelocated in Aarhus.
    Aarhus plans to rise its population with 75.000 inhabitants the next 10 years: An increase of 20%.
    Aarhus has 38% employes in public service & 12% in industrialproduction
    At the danishwestcoast 28% areemployed in public service & 32% in industrialproduction
    More than 66% of danish research is located in the capital Copenhagen
    The population in the western part of Denmark
    have lowerlifeexpectancy age;
    they have more lifestyledeseaces
    higherconsumption of medicine
  • 4. Education in the region ’Central Jutland’
    The region Central Jutland…leftbehind:
    Braindrain
    Lowerwages
    Lowereconomicgrowth
    Higherunemployment
    Older population
    Centralization of public service: Police, public service, education, childcare…
    Schools and small hospitals closedown
  • 5. Educating the new professionals in the welfarestate
    The welfare professions suffer from thisdevelopment:
    State regulatedcapitalism and New Public Management change the danishwelfarestate
    loss of prestige and autonomy in the professions
    Changed social reproductioncreate new lifestyleswithin the professions
  • 6. Change of social structure