LMI systems (Labour market information system)

DEFINITION 1: Systems, mechanisms or processes for gathering, organising, providing and analysing information about the state of the labour market, occupations and jobs, including key changes taking place within the employment, jobs and the occupations (see Anticipation).

SOURCE: Skills Panorama Glossary, Cedefop, European Union.

HYPERLINK: http://skillspanorama.cedefop.europa.eu/en/glossary/l

DEFINITION 2: A system that provides information, for the benefit of employers, workers and jobseekers, on the location and types of jobs available and forecasts of changes in the labour market, skill composition of the current labour force and prospective changes over time. 

SOURCE: Strietska-Ilina, O., et al (2011). Skills for green jobs: a global view: synthesis report based on 21 country studies. ; International Labour Office, Skills and Employability Department, Job Creation and Enterprise Development Department: Geneva.

HYPERLINK: http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---dgreports/---dcomm/---publ/documents/publication/wcms_159585.pdf

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