In 2011, the Occupational barometer study was conducted for the second time, in all counties (poviats) of the region. The panels of experts assessing the occupa­tions in each of the local labour offices (PUP) included the people who participated in the study in the previous year. The discussions were moderated by an employee of the Observatory, which helped to gather the comments and reflections of PUP staff after one year of the functioning of the Occupational barometer, as well as the information on the utilization of its results in the different offices. For the first time, representatives of private employment agencies – Adecco Poland Kraków and the Kraków Branch of Grafton Recruitment – were invited to join the panel of experts. Because of their participation, the discussion was enriched with a point of view dif­ferent from that of the labour offices.

Occupational Barometer 2012 – Summary

The report was published by Regional Labour Office in Krakow in 2012.

Polish version of the report  is available here.

 

In the 2011/2012 school year, the survey covered 17.977 students from 238 vocational schools in Małopolska.

Your Occupation Your Future? Survey of Final Year Students from Vocational Schools 2011/2012 – summary

The report was published by Regional Labour Office in Krakow in 2012.

Polish version of the report  is available here.

During the time of the survey, one in six employers (17%) were recruiting staff. Recruitment was being done by 20% of the private sector companies and 10% of the public sector organisations.

The survey was done with the participation of 3,624 employers from the Małopolska Region, between April and July 2011.

The report was published by Regional Labour Office in Krakow in 2012.

Employer – Market – Employee. Survey of Małopolska Employers to Assess Demand for Employees 2011 – Summary

Polish version of the report  and its summary are available here.

The vocational school leavers survey shows the educational and career paths of people completing education in secondary vocational schools of Małopolska: this comprises basic vocational, technical secondary and post-secondary schools. The first edition was done with the participation of 5 991 respondents from 214 vocational school complexes. The survey used the Computer Assisted Telephone Interview (CATI) and Computer Assisted Web Interviewing (CAWI) methods, and was based on a tool devised by the Labour Market and Education Observatory of Małopolska team.

The report was published by Regional Labour Office in Krakow in 2012.

Occupational Start. Vocational School Leavers Survey 2011 – Summary

Polish version of the report  and its summary are available here.