This Consolidated Needs’ Analysis Report of EAGLES project was produced as part of the European Commission Erasmus+ funded EAGLES Project ( and seeks to examine two key areas in relation to youth unemployment. The first is to identify the training needs of young job-seekers (those aged 18-30 years), in regard to their employability skills. And secondly, to examine the perception of employers in terms of the necessary skills they look for in young employees. The goal of this study is to identify the eight most advantageous employability skills that the employers consider important. These skills will then form part of a future training course for youth workers, enabling them to help young job-seekers bridge any skills gaps, and meet employer requirements and expectations.

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