Brittany has the profile of those regions in the west of France that are rather dynamic in terms of job creation, which attract or retain little young beginners, who see people arriving or returning during their career or retirement age. Result of the races, according to Dares and France Strategy, authors of a report on jobs 2030, an imbalance between vacancies and available applications will probably increase in Brittany, by 2030 compared to 2019, for a a certain number of professions already in tension. This imbalance would represent between 75,000 and 80,000 jobs between 2019 and 2030, or 6% of the 1.3 million jobs in 2019.
In other words, it will be difficult to meet recruitment needs, the sum of job creations and departures at the end of their careers. Except for developing training proposals, recruitment methods, working on the attractiveness of professions, succeeding in getting people out of inactivity or counting on a favorable active migratory balance to “allow the economy to create the jobs that it posts”, sum up the authors of the study.
The most job-creating professions
It is a confirmation in 2030, the professions of engineers, private executives and those of care would be the most job creators in Brittany. In particular, for technicians in administrative services, accountants and finance, technicians and maintenance supervisors. Let’s take the example of caregivers between 2019 and 2030, 10,000 jobs would be created in Brittany, 7,000 correspond to the national dynamics of the profession and 3,000 jobs would be linked to the trend increase in Brittany’s share in the profession. of nursing assistants.
The difficulty in recruiting currently affects many sectors of activity in tension in Brittany. If we take the example of nursing auxiliaries, between 2019 and 2030, the potential imbalance between the 21,000 recruitment needs – i.e. 11,000 departures at the end of their careers and the 10,000 net job creations – and the number young beginners (10,000) would be 11,000. These unmet needs would represent two out of ten 2019 jobs (22%).
This phenomenon will affect, to varying degrees, other categories. This is the case with maintenance workers (23%), home helpers (44%), vehicle drivers (23%), skilled handling workers (38%), sales and technical executives – salespeople (34%), childminders (27%), farmers, foresters and loggers (16%).
What is the report about?
Its authors aim for this report, which is a regional version of the national projections published in 2022, to be “a decision-making tool for politicians, training players, companies, etc. “.
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