The mismatch of the education system with the needs of the labour market in BiH is a problem that has been in focus for a long time. The education system must follow the needs of the labour market with such educational programs that will open the possibility for students to be recognized in the labour market, once they complete the education
(Brcko, June 14, 2021) “Almost 50 percent of respondents said they expect growth in business volume and financial results in 2021, and 17 percent of them plan to increase salaries to workers”, is one of the conclusions of the labor market research in the Brčko District of BiH 2020/2021, which was conducted in January 2021. In the research conducted by the Brcko District Employment Institute, with the technical support of the project “Improving Labor Market Research” funded by the European Union, 219 employers participated who at the time of the survey had 1723 employees.
One of the most important life decisions of primary and secondary school graduates in the Brčko District is in front of them – to choose a school, ie an profession they will pursue in their working career. When it comes to the need for professions with higher education, compared to the rest of the country, the demand for pharmaceutical technicians is interesting, which last year accounted for a third of new employees.