According to the prognosis, in 2027 the number of employees will be about the same as in 2019. The number of jobs for specialists doing more complex work will increase and the number of routine jobs will decrease.
In the future, the Estonian labour market needs smart workers who know how to implement, develop, maintain and manage technology in different fields.
In the future, the growth is expected in more personal services. The number of jobs that require data analysis skills but also empathy and creativity will increase.
The number of routine jobs that are easy to substitute with technology will decrease.
OSKA study “Estonian Labour Market Today and Tomorrow 2019-2027” gives an overview of the Estonian labour market and the labour force demand and training requirements until 2027.