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Skills and Migration

Most ETF partner countries have difficult labour market conditions that lead to significant labour emigration. Increased labour mobility across borders brings the skills issue onto the international agenda, while education systems are increasingly under pressure to produce qualified human resources both for domestic and foreign labour markets. Specific policy actions related to skills for both emigrants and returnees are necessary to facilitate mobility, mitigate negative effects and increase the benefits of circular migration.

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