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Vpliv globalizacije na trg dela v Evropski uniji : diplomsko delo
ID Herksel Japelj, Vita (Author), ID Pevcin, Primož (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Namen diplomske naloge je raziskovanje in predstavitev povezave med globalizacijo in njenim vplivom na trg dela v državah Evropske unije. Razumevanje medsebojnega vpliva je ključno pri prilagajanju trga spremembam, kar posledično omogoča boljše gospodarsko delovanje držav, za njegovo razlago pa se bo natančneje opazovalo spremembe po sektorjih na trgu dela, agregatno zaposlenost po sektorjih ter deficitarne in suficitarne poklice v obdobju zadnjega vala globalizacije. Vsak izmed nas se na neki točki znajde na trgu dela, zato je razumevanje njegovega delovanja pomembno za našo integracijo in delovanje na njem. Za razumevanje povezave med globalizacijo in trgom dela je ključen pregled premikov na trgu dela v preteklosti ter spremembe, ki so se ob tem času pojavile, trenutno stanje in tudi napovedi za prihodnost. Pri raziskovanju se bo uporabljala metoda analize dokumentov, ki omogoča vpogled v omenjene vidike. V okviru analize so bile v diplomski nalogi zastavljene tri hipoteze, raziskalo se je področje trga dela in trenutnega stanja ter primerjava le-tega s preteklim stanjem na trgu. V delu se ugotavlja, da je v zadnjem valu globalizacije na področju trga dela prihajalo do povečanja povpraševanja po delih, ki zahtevajo višjo izobrazbo (področje informacijsko-komunikacijske tehnologije) ter zmanjšanja na področjih z nižjo zahtevano izobrazbo (področje tekstilne industrije). Posledično se je dvignila raven dosežene izobrazbene ravni med prebivalci držav Evropske unije. Rezultati naloge nam pomagajo razumeti delovanje trga dela ter omogočajo možnost predvidevanja stanja le-tega v prihodnosti, uporabimo pa jih lahko tako pri samem vstopu posameznika na trg dela kot tudi prilagoditvi le-temu.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:globalizacija, trg dela, gospodarske panoge, gospodarstvo, suficitarni poklici, deficitarni poklici
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FU - Faculty of Administration
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Publisher:[V. Herksel Japelj]
Year:2022
Number of pages:VII, 35 str.
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-140855 This link opens in a new window
UDC:331.5:005.44:061.1EU(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:125091587 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:20.09.2022
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The impact of globalization on the EU's labour market
Abstract:
The purpose of the diploma thesis is to research and present the connection between globalization and its impact on the labour market in the countries of the European Union. Understanding the mutual influence is key in the market’s adaptation to changes, which in turn enables better economic functioning of countries. To explain this impact, changes by sector in the labour market, aggregate employment by sector, and deficit and surplus occupations in the period of the last wave of globalization will be observed more closely. Each of us finds ourselves in the labour market at some point, so understanding how it works is important for our integration and functioning in it. For that it is crucial to review the movements in the labour market in the past and the changes that occurred at that time, the current situation, as well as forecasts for the future. The research will use the method of document analysis, which allows looking into the mentioned aspects. As part of the analysis of the diploma thesis, three hypotheses were set, the area of the labour market and its current situation were investigated as well as its comparison with the past situation on the market. In this thesis we will focus more precisely on the labour market. The thesis concludes that in the last wave of globalization in the field of the labour market, there was an increase in the demand for jobs that require a higher education (the field of information and communication technology) and a decrease in areas with a lower required education (the field of the textile industry). As a result, the level of educational attainment among residents of European Union countries has risen. The results of the thesis help us understand the functioning of the labour market and enable the possibility of predicting its state in the future. They can be used for entering the labour market as well as adapting to it.

Keywords:globalization, labour market, economic sectors, economy, surplus occupations, deficit occupations

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