E3S Web Conf.
Volume 208, 2020First Conference on Sustainable Development: Industrial Future of Territories (IFT 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||24 November 2020|
Ensuring sustainable growth based on the artificial intelligence analysis and forecast of in-demand skills
Vitebsk State Technological University, Moskovsky Ave., 72, 210038 Vitebsk, Republic of Belarus
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Sustainable economic growth requires a system for forecasting the in-demand skills and competencies. The existing methods of analysis and forecasting of the labor market use truncated databases based on surveys of employers or registered vacancies on the state portal, which do provide reliable forecasts of the required competencies for the education system to ensure their timely formation. It is also impossible to analyze the need in terms of competencies, and not the number of employees. Therefore, a more reliable source of data is the analysis of vacancies and resumes collected by scraping from online job portals, which allows you to analyze vacancies and resumes in the context of the described competencies, and develop a forecast of their dynamics. The article presents an algorithm for using artificial intelligence in the analysis and forecasting of skills and competencies in demand, the advantages of which lie not only in the volume and speed of the processed information, but also in ensuring the quality and comparability of data.
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