Monitoring Ireland’s Skills Supply 2020

Nora Condon November 2020

A report compiled by the Skills and Labour Market Research Unit in SOLAS (SLMRU) on behalf of the National Skills Council

This report, Monitoring Ireland’s Skills Supply 2020, is the 14th in a series of annual reports produced by the SLMRU aimed at monitoring the potential supply of skills to the labour market from Ireland’s education and training system. Not all education and training graduates will enter the labour market: some may remain in education for further studies, travel abroad, or not enter the labour market due to family commitments. Others may already be in the workforce and therefore do not represent a new supply of skills. Bearing in mind these caveats, the analysis of the education/training outputs by level and field presented here is an overview of how Ireland’s education and training can contribute to meeting the skills needs of the economy.

This report serves as a companion publication for the National Skills Bulletin, which looks at the demand, rather than supply, for skills in Ireland. When taken together, these two reports provide a comprehensive summary of the demand and supply of skills in Ireland.

Skills Intelligence Publication Information

Target audience
Digital skills for the labour force.
Digital technology / specialisation
Digital skills
Digital skill level
Digital Expert
Geographic Scope - Country
Industry - Field of Education and Training
Generic programmes and qualifications not further defined
Type of initiative
National initiative
Publication type
Website link
Skills Intelligence publication url
Monitoring Ireland’s Skills Supply 2020
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