Digitalisierung, Arbeit und Beschäftigung in Europa

Digital Single Market

A concept paper on digitisation, employability and inclusiveness the role of Europe
(DG Communications Networks, Content & Technology  (CONNECT) May 2017)
"Over the last year or so, there have been numerous expressions of concerns that digitisation, in particular robots and artificial intelligence will replace jobs and increase inequality. These concerns come from the research community, technologists and trade unions and are widely reported in the media. As a result, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey, while 75% of Europeans think that digitisation has a positive effect on the economy, 74% also think that digitisation replaces more jobs than it creates. ...."

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Factsheet: Digital Single Market in practice
(European Commission, 2017)
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The ICT sector in the EU Memeber states
Employment by European country (2015)

Gewerkschaftliche Stellungnahmen zu Digital Europe

UNI Europa

The European Commission’s half-finished digitalisation strategy

A critical assessment by UNI Europa (2015)
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European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)

The digital agenda of the European Commission:
Preliminary ETUC assessment (June 2015)
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ETUC resolution on digitalisation: "towards fair digital work" (June 2016)
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European Trade Union Committee for Education (ETUCE)

ETUCE statement on digitisation, employability and inclusiveness (Oct. 2017)
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