Summary info about the project

NEUJOBS is a research project financed by the European Commission, under the 7th Framework Programme. The objective is to analyse future possible developments of the European labour market(s) under the main assumption that European societies are now facing or preparing to face four main transitions that will have a major impact on employment, in particular for some groups in the labour force or sectors of the economy.


The NEUJOBS FP7 dissemination partners are happy to invite you to the launch of the book ‘Let’s get to Work! The Future of Labour in Europe’, which will take place on Monday 8th September 2014 at CEPS in Brussels. Keynote … Continue reading →
As part of the NEUJOBS project, the European Social Observatory (OSE, Brussels) and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) are pleased to invite you to a one-day conference: Ageing Society in Europe and UK: Employment and Policy … Continue reading →
From today, on NEUJOBS website, you can read the latest policy brief by Iain Begg. A short interesting piece of research where findings from different domains and the results of an intense discussion with high-level policy makers come together. Here … Continue reading →
Nearly halfway through the Europe 2020 Strategy, an analysis of the strategies pursued and results obtained thus far is presented by the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) in the 2014 edition of the ‘Benchmarking Working Europe‘ report. The publication raises … Continue reading →
Last week, an article in the New York Times focused on the difficulty of economic recovery for Europe’s more ‘troubled’ economies as lending rates continue to be very high. The amount of loans that small- and medium-sized companies get granted … Continue reading →
In this complicated paper, six CEPS colleagues (Arno Behrens, Caroline Coulie, Fabio Genoese, Monica Alessi, Julian Wieczorkiewicz and Christian Egenhofer) establish a methodology for analysing employment impacts of changes in the composition of the primary (fossil) fuel mix and the … Continue reading →
The EU’s Social Protection Committee (SPC) has recently released its Annual Report (‘Social Europe. Many ways, one objective’) on the social situation in the EU, showing how the EU is drifting away from the Europe 2020 targets. Even if a … Continue reading →
As part of the NEUJOBS research project, the European Social Observatory (OSE), SEURECO and the Conseil Français de l’Energie, are organising a conference on ‘Innovation and employment : cornerstones of the energy transition‘. The conference aims to gather different views … Continue reading →
In the past weeks the Italian Parliament witnessed a heated debate on gender equality. Female MPs, across different parties, proposed to create quotas for women to ensure a decent representation of females in national and local governing institutions.  The woman … Continue reading →
The European Commission has published (5 March 2014) its Communication on ‘Taking stock of the Europe 2020 Strategy’, which effectively launches the mid-term review of the EU’s ‘growth’ strategy. According to the Commission, the crisis amplified a series of existing … Continue reading →