Employment and New Growth
The economic and social consequences of the crisis, technological changes and labour market developments have put a strain on the capacity of many people to find a new job and to secure stable and quality employment.
Achieving these goals involves responding to a series of challenges. It includes finding answers to the socio-ecological transition; boosting the global competitiveness of European firms; building cooperation and co-creation in socio-economic problems; supporting entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurs; highlighting the role of the service economy and social innovations and promoting the contribution of intangible assets.
Source: European Commission