The economist profession will be the only surplus profession in 2020, which means one in which the number of candidates willing to work is higher than the number of actual jobs, according to a report prepared for the labor ministry.
"This profession has been in surplus since 2016. It is a question of a large number of graduates, including economist technicians, as well as the high popularity and availability of schools. The economists are often unable to find specialized employment,” the report said.
In turn, the deficit of employees occurs in the manufacturing industry (welders, electricians, electromechanics, and electricians are most sought after), construction, transport, catering as well as medical and caring.