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2019 | z. 135 Contemporary Management | 133--150
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Education and Unemployment in a Globalized Economy in the Phase of Demographic Change

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In the paper, we present theoretical considerations on the impact of education and knowledge on minimizing unemployment effects in a globalized economy, in the phase of demographic change and in the face of enhanced competitiveness of labor resources and social and professional activation. On the basis of these considerations, particular importance was attributed to human and social capital. In this context, the article notes that education not only shapes and develops knowledge and skills, but also builds social capital. This in turn, shapes the potential of human capital through applying the right model of education. Thus, education becomes the imperative of modernity.(original abstract)
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