23 September 2022
Rabobank, DLL and Markteffect sign partnership with Partnerfonds Brainport Eindhoven
The Brainport Monitor is looking at the developments regarding economy, education, labor market, industry, technology and working and living environment. The annual Monitor presents a coherent picture of the regional ecosystem based on 30 macro-economic statistical indicators and based on an analysis of 70 research reports.
ArbeidsmarktInZicht – Brainport Eindhoven region
It is essential for the public authorities, schools, entrepreneurs and employees to have accurate and up-to-date information to be able to respond effectively to the changes in the labor market. On behalf of Brainport Eindhoven, ArbeidsmarktInZicht consolidates the collected data regarding labor market, education, economy and skills and creates links between the various data.
UWV – Regional monthly figures labor market
The UWV (Employee Insurance Agency Netherlands) is publishing this monthly report per labor market region to provide a better understanding of the developments in respect of unemployment benefits. For Brainport Eindhoven, the regions Helmond-De Peel and Southeastern-Brabant are of importance.
UWV – Regional Newsflash Labor Market
The UWV is publishing regional newsflashes per province and is providing an overview of the current developments in respect of the regional labor markets, such as the labor market in North Brabant
UWV – Labor market forecast 2019-2020
This report describes the expected developments of the labor market in the next two years. It contains forecasts regarding supply and demand of labor and addresses the developments in respect of unemployment and the number of unemployment benefits.
Berenschot – HR trends 2019-2020
The largest Dutch survey amongst HR professionals to identify trends and developments.
Matchcare – Labor market report Q2 2019
Every quarter, Matchcare publishes a labor market report based on the Matchcare job site.
Maastricht University – Research Center for Education and the Labor Market (ROA)
The Research Center for Education and the Labor Market (ROA) is a research institute of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics. Go to their website to view all publications published since 2010.
Textkernel – Quarterly reports regarding the Dutch online job marketl
Textkernel is continuously publishing reports regarding the Dutch labor market based on Jobfeed and Textkernel’s big data tool for online job postings. For example, Textkernel provides an update regarding the labor market and a quarterly infographic of the Dutch online job market.
LinkedIn – Recruiting trends, tips and methods
LinkedIn is sharing various tips, methods and reports, which you can use to improve recruitment of talent via LinkedIn.
LinkedIn - Talent Trends per country
LinkedIn has made an analysis of how to best approach talent in each country, based on LinkedIn data. The information was published in 2016, but still provides some interesting information per country today.
Manpower Group - Workforce Insights Center
The Manpower Group has published several interesting reports regarding problems, trends and challenges organizations and individuals are faced with throughout the world. Such as the report on how to solve the global shortage of talents.
Oxford Economics - Global Talent 2021
An overview of the talent surpluses and shortages in 46 countries, 18 industries and a large number of professions.
Randstad – global HR trends and developments
Randstad is publishing various reports on the mismatch of skills, global mobility and labor migration, and the changes and shifts in the digital era.
World Economic Forum – Shared vision on talent in 4IR en Shaping the Future of Education, Gender and Work
Research on and articles about the changing demand for skills due to the fourth industrial revolution, including recommendations for new educational and labor market policies.
Action plan Taskforce international education - Ready to face the future
Taskforce’s recommendations for international education in the Netherlands to enhance the business climate. Published by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.
CBS – International technology students more often look for jobs in the Netherlands
The number of international students who look for a job in the Netherlands after they graduate, with a special focus on technology students.
Nuffic – Update incoming student mobility in Dutch higher education 2017 - 2018
Figures regarding the number of international students attending higher education in the Netherlands in the academic year 2017-2018 and their characteristics.
IMD World Talent Ranking
Annual comparison report in which 61 countries are compared based on their talent competitiveness.
Insead - The Global Talent Competitiveness Index
The index gives a description of how each country develops, attracts and retains its talent to provide policy makers with the necessary information be able to develop strategies to enhance their talent competitiveness
The World Economic Forum - Global Competitiveness Report
The Global Competitiveness Report gives an evaluation of the competitiveness of 138 economies and provides a better understanding of the factors affecting the productivity and prosperity of these countries.
EF English Proficiency Index
Provides a better understanding of the English level of the adult population in 88 countries worldwide. In 2019, the Netherlands ranks number 2 in Europe and in the world.
HAYS and Oxford Economics - Global Skills Index
Describes the dynamics of the global labor market by making a comparison between several countries.