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Vera Erdmann / Tanja Schumann Expertise 28. April 2010 European Engineering Report
European Engineering Report
Vera Erdmann / Tanja Schumann Expertise 28. April 2010

European Engineering Report

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German Economic Institute (IW) German Economic Institute (IW)

Engineers play an important role in the innovative performance and the competitiveness of European countries. The aim of this report is therefore to provide a comprehensive overview of the most important indicators with respect to the European labour market for engineers and to their education. The report covers the 27 European Union member states, the EU applicants Croatia and Iceland as well as Norway and Switzerland. Generally, the indicators show a great heterogeneity between the countries. The extent to which engineers are appreciated appears to differ widely across Europe.

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