By Ulrike Biermann,Christina Boll,Nora Reich,Silvia Stiller
Demographic and monetary structural switch have an effect on the improvement of the full Baltic Sea area sooner or later. dealing with those demanding situations calls for tasks aiming at labour industry matters. A shrinking and growing old labour strength involves the chance of scarcity of labour offer in most cases whereas call for for knowledgeable labour raises during knowledge-based structural switch. There are
large potentials for the Baltic Sea zone to bolster its competitiveness by way of higher tapping its human assets. between those a complicated integration of girls within the labour industry is on the best of the agenda.
This publication analyses the present monetary and demographic buildings within the Baltic Sea area and assesses the improvement views. during this context, it shapes the academic attainment and labour industry involvement of girls and issues to enormous hidden potentials.
The Baltic Sea Academy is a non-profit community of sixteen schools and universities concentrating on schooling, Qualification and R&D for small and medium sized enterprises.