Skills at Work in Northern Ireland 2006 - Full Report and summary

Date published: 26 June 2008

The report presents findings of a survey of jobs, where the main features of the jobs are reported by the employees themselves. This “job requirements approach” is an innovative method of measuring skills being used in the Northern lreland economy. The report examines the distribution of job skills among those in work and compares job skills in Northern Ireland with those elsewhere in the UK.


The sumary report provides a brief summary of some of the key findings from the 2006 Skills Survey, an innovative approach to measuring the skills being used in the Northern Ireland economy through a survey of employees, consistent with the “Skills at Work” survey carried out in Great Britain at the same time

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