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  • Labour Market in Lithuania
  • Labour market tendencies in Lithuania <br /> During the year 2013, unemployment rate declined to compare to 2011. <br /> The youth unemployment rate has been decreasing since 2011. <br /> <br />
  • The least number of working age population registered as unemployed was in Vilnius, Klaipėda and Kaunas (3 biggest towns in Lithuania). <br />
  • The most significant growth in labour force demand – for service workers, shop and market sales workers and for skilled workers and artisans. <br />
  • Within the year 2013, thousands unemployed began their activities under the business license. <br />
  • One of the problems is the lack of skilled workers in agriculture. This sector comprises about 20 % of the total Lithuanian industry. <br />

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  •  During the year 2013, unemployment rate declined to compare to 2011.
  •  Almost every fifth employed was under 25 years of age.
  •  The least number of working age population registered as unemployed was in Vilnius, Klaipėda and Kaunas.
  •  Service workers  Shop and market sales workers  Skilled workers  Craftspeople  Jobs related to transport
  • Within the year 2013, thousands unemployed began their activities under the business license.
  •  Medicine  Odontology  Economics  Law  Law and Customs Activities  Politics and Management  Creative Industries  Computer Programming
  • 2012  Agriculture 7,5 %  Manufacturing 21,4 %  Construction Industry14,0 %  Service Sector 57,1 % 2013 Agriculture 6,5 % Manufacturing 19,9 % Construction Industry 14,2 % Service Sector 59,4 %
  •  School-leavers choosing their future career do not investigate the labour market.  Many teenagers are unwilling to pursue a long-term career in science, engineering, technology due to the challenges they present.
  •  Law  Economics  Medicine  Management.  However, the professionals in these fields are not in great demand.
  •  Informational Technologies  Agriculture  Transport  Engineering.
  •  This sector comprises about 20 % of the total Lithuanian industry
  •  The emigration of the Lithuanian youth to other EU countries
  •  Demographic problems (problems related to population aging: small income taxes, social welfare).