Care and social inclusion services



The aim of this WP is to investigate the impact of recent demographic and socio-economic trends on employment in the childcare and social inclusion services sector. The analysis provides an overview of the current structure and size of this sector and the situation and current trends of employment therein. It reveals how main reforms of this sector, including the recent implementation of various market-based measures, affected the size and structure as well as employment in this sector.

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Special Reports
03/03/2014

This position paper maps the role of immigrant labour in meeting the needs of European child and elderly care and presents policy recommendations along the lines of the socio-ecological transition...

Working papers
02/26/2014

The aim of this paper is to analyse views toward caring policies that could make it easier for people to balance work and family life. The EU survey, Eurobarometer, was used. Every year the EU...

Working papers
02/26/2014

This working paper looks into the role of immigrant labour in meeting the needs in European care (in particularly for children and elderly). Immigrant labour has an ever-growing share in the care...

Working papers
09/19/2013

The present paper explores the structure and size of employment in the childcare and social inclusion services sector in Europe. It focuses on employment in childcare and social work, two sectors...