Performing Arts, Music, Libraries, Museology, Crafts, and Sport

OSKA study of labour force and skills anticipation in the field of culture and creative industries was completed in the Autumn of 2019. The study covers subfields like performing arts, music, libraries, museology, crafts, and sport (coaches).

The study focuses on approximately 17,000 employees, most of them are employed in music and sport.

This area has an important role in ensuring the sustainability of Estonian ethnicity and culture. Professional skills are the key to work in this field. For example, to become a musician or ballet artist, one has to start learning from early age.

The analysis gives an overview of what occupations and skills are most needed in the near future. Analysis is based on assessments of the trends and developments affecting the field, the economic situation, and the labour force demand and training offer comparison.

Key findings of the study