Security and Law
The study covers internal security, security services, national defence, legal protection, and judicial processes.
Approximately 30,000 people are employed in the field of security and law, which is 5% of the total people employed in Estonia. The largest employment rate is in the fields related to public service, such as legal protection, courts, police, firefighting and lifesaving.
The result of the study is a training order to the system of lifelong learning based on the assessments of the trends affecting the field, the economic situation, the labour force and skills need, and the labour force demand and training offer comparison. The study was completed in two parts – the first part that covers legal protection and judicial processes was completed in the end of 2019, the second part that covers security was completed in the first half of 2020.
Key findings: OSKA study of law
Key findings: OSKA study of security