Integration problems of persons without basic education into labour market in Lithuania

Boguslavas Gruževskis, Laima Okunevičiūtė-Neverauskienė, Vida Česnuitytė


The paper presents a study whose aim was to see possibilities of integration into Lithuanian labour market of people without basic education. According to the data of official statistics and empirical study was concluded that most unemployed without basic education are lacking motivation of integration, their general competencies don’t conform requirements of the contemporary labour market and they don’t comprehend importance of the education. Experience of the EU member states show measures for the integration: lifelong learning, development and modernization of supply of the learning programs, financial means for the employees and/or unqualified labour force, specialized services, etc. About particular measures usually negotiate social partners in the labour market.


people without basic education; integration into labour market

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