Modern Mechanisms of Balancing of Higher Education and the Labor Market

Nataliia Abliazova


Introduction. Article analyzes the higher education current state discusses problems and imbalances in its development and labor market demand.

The purpose of the study is to determine the relevance of the areas of training offered by the higher education institutions to the economy structure and the needs for specialists in the labor market, to assess the degree of employment of graduates of higher educational institutions.

Methods: methods of comparative, statistical, graphical analysis of the data. The study determined that the structure of specialists graduation in higher education systems, due to the influence of many factors, is often determined not by the needs of economiс, but by the demand of the population in the field of education as well as the preferences and ideas of the applicants.

Results. This leads to an imbalance on the labor markets and inefficiency in spending public and private funds on higher education. In the course of the study, methodological approaches to assessing the balance between the number of graduates of higher educational institutions and the needs of the labor and economic markets are presented. The article substantiates the need to develop of coordinated management decisions in the personnel training system aimed at its balanced development and achieving a balance of economic interests of all actors should be focused on creating effective foresight tools for forecasting the promising directions for the education system development and taking into account the needs labor market and economy.


labor market; education; higher education institutions; unemployment; balancing; unemployment; supply and demand; qualified specialists

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