More jobs – but enough workers?
Over the next ten years, the Swiss economy should create around 530,000 new jobs, with employment growth of around 1 %. With an expected 200,000 new workers, there is the risk of a shortfall of 330,000 people.
- The demand for labor will not be distributed evenly across the various sectors. Demand is likely to be high in the health and social sectors, but not in industry.
- Options for making up the shortage include greater participation in the labor market, better use of the potential of job seekers, more flexible retirement ages and a moderate increase in immigration. There is no patent prescription; a mixture of all four measures promises success.
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