European Skills Panorama. Building an Ecosystem for the 21st Century Skills Education in STEM
Anita Līce, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Inga Lapiņa, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Līga Kamola, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Elīna Gaile-Sarkane, Riga Technical University, Latvia
The 21st century skills are extremely important in the labour market and STEM graduates’ skills are highly valued. The employers particularly highly value the self-management, social, emotional, attitudinal and cognitive skills.
Employers from 29 countries participated in assessing the key employability skills of STEM graduates as needed in the 21st century labour market.
It is essential to identify the skills demanded in labour market and consider them in the higher education development strategies to ensure the highest possible labour market outcomes for higher education graduates.
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