Analysis of Skills Demand in Indonesia

How can education and training institutions in Indonesia better prepare the poor and vulnerable for employment?

The purpose of this desk assessment is to assist USAID/Indonesia in addressing this question by utilizing a demand led approach with specific examples to better understand the drivers of skill needs in Indonesia.

The assessment uses systems, skills, and value chain frameworks to identify a set of economic patterns that workforce development activities can be structured around to support employment growth that is inclusive of poor and vulnerable populations. This is not a complete labor market analysis, but is intended to be a roadmap highlighting trends for future in-depth research.

The Workforce Connections project promotes evidence based learning and peer-to-peer knowledge exchange in international workforce development. Funded by the USAID Office of Education and managed by FHI 360, Workforce Connections brings together thinking across relevant disciplines to develop a technically sound and accessible body of knowledge, and build the capacity of practitioners. 

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  • anonymous
    commented 2018-01-15 04:08:03 -0500
    It is very important for the students to work on their skills. Success does not come to those who just stand still. Well, my opinion is once you stop, you begin to degrade. Let’s look at this from the education stand point. Students choose it is a really cool website. What about their own writing skills? Don’t they want to work on the improvement? I can justify using this service rarely, but I do not support using it on daily basis. Thank you for the post. It gave me some food for thoughts.