The study covers public administration on all levels, including the executive and legislative branch, finance administration etc., also the state supervision of social and economic life. In addition, the study includes foreign affairs, social insurance, trade unions, the organisations of businesses and employers as well as occupational organisations. Approximately 25,000 people work in this field, which is about 4% out of all the employed people in Estonia.
The result of the study is an overview of what occupations and skills are most needed in the future. The analysis is based on the assessments of the trends affecting the field, the economic situation, and the labour force demand and training offer comparison. The study was completed in the second half of 2020.