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Analysis of Czech Labour Market

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Guillem Amat

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Analysis of the Czech
Labour Market

2. Quantitative Dimension of the Labour Market
- Total unemployment rate: 8,6%
- 57% of women have jobs
- 15-24 population: unemployment rate of 18.0% (OECD average: 16.2%)
- Long term unemployment (OECD average: 3.1%) * long-term unemployment

5. Work Values & Work Culture
A few points to remeber!
General unemployment is relatively low.
however higer youth unemployment (higher pool of young wokers to chose from)
Education is increasing its quality
Low level of tertiary educated citizens, a better market for jobs that require low skill
High level of levels 3 and 4 of education.
7. Woman in the Labour Market
- Average gap between ages 25 to 64 is 17%.
- The gap is dimnishing.
Flag
Location
Prague
1. Czech Republic Background
3. Qualitative Dimension of the Labour Market
Educational level Czech Republic
Distribution of active population
PISA Results
- Above OECD average ( 494).
source: Eurostat (2011) , http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/publications/publication13575_en.pdf
- Employment closely correlated with education
- New Policies have are being developed that will increase investment in education.
- Low number of tertiary educated citizens
- Score by the Czech Republic:
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source: Annualised change in performance between 2003 and 2012 and average PISA 2003 mathematics scores
Source: eurostat (2011)
Source: (http://www.oecdbetterlifeindex.org/countries/czech-republic/)
6. Working Life balance
What workers in Czech republic work:
- Hours worked per year: people in the Czech Republic 1774 hours - OECD average: 1776 hours.
Future: Better Policies for Better Lives
- A more flexible labour market to become more competitive – The Competitiveness Strategy
Combining family and full-time work: Czech Republic
- Little use of part-time work .
- Unsuccessful at balancing family and work duties (39%)
- 7% of total employees have a contract of 6 months or less

- Share of employees working more than 50 hours per week (long hours): almost 8% of employees - OECD average of 9%.
Source: http://www.oecdbetterlifeindex.org/countries/czech-republic/
Source: http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/ewco/reports/TN0510TR02/CZ0510TR02.pdf
Source: http://www.oecdbetterlifeindex.org/countries/czech-republic/
Source: OECD.
Andrea Anzola
Gonçal Artigot
Berta Aymerich
Guillem Amat

Index
1) Background of the Czech Republic
2) Quantitive Dimension of the Labour Market
3)Qualitative Dimension of the Labour Market
5) Work Culture and Work Values.

6) Working time and Work Life Balance
7) Incorporation of woman in the Labour Market
4) Regulating Agents in the Labur Market
8) Conclusion
Source: http://populationpyramid.net/czech-republic/
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Figure 1: Czech Republic flag
Figure 2: Europe map
Figure 3: population pyramid
Higher employment flexibility

Increases the offer of part-time jobs

Integrate those over 55 and women with young children

Target: be amongst the top 20 countries in terms of economic competitiveness by 2020.

Figure 4: Employment rate
Figure 5: Long-term unempoyment rate
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Figure 6: distribution of active population
Figure 7: PISA results, change in performance
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Figure 8: working long hours
Figure 9: time devoted to leisure
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Figure 10: the competitive strategy
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Figure 11: participation by gender
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4. Regulating Agents in the Labour Market
-The Labour Code, The Collective Bargaining Act and The Employment Act

- Trade Union density is 17,3%.

- CMKOS (Czech-Moravian Confederation of Trade Unions) is the largest confederation in the Republic with more than 400,000 members, and around 800,000 Czech Unionists in total.
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