Shortage of Skilled Workers for Jobs in The Netherlands

The job vacancies in healthcare, technology, teaching, and IT in The Netherlands are going to be causing a challenge for employers in the next few years, according to Dutch Labour Market research. Graduates with a healthcare or technical degree of any level up to 2022 will have particularly good job prospects. The report conducted by Maastricht University, ‘The Labor Market By Training and Profession Until 2022’, says the shortage will be across most of the communications technology and IT sector, along with a lack of engineers, electricians, and architects. They publish a report on jobs market prospects bi-annually and base it on forecasts by the national statistics office and the government’s CPB think-tank group. If you are willing to relocate to The Netherlands, Jobs Across the World can provide you with a unique platform that gives what no other can. They will match your resume with open positions all around the world and update you on new job postings.

As far as the education sector, the primary school will see a drastic hit. There are not enough trainees being recruited to replace the expected flow of retirement over the next few years. Research leader Didier Fourage spoke with Radio 1 News saying, “We need a campaign to enthuse youngsters about working with technology, in healthcare and education. They need to be informed about the good prospects on offer.” He said that is the way to encourage them to pursue work in this area. The team of career development experts at Jobs Across the World will help you get hired for the position you desire.

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