e-skills UK research 2000-2007

Find a selection of our in-depth IT & Telecoms research here. Publications are arranged in date order. Just click on the date you’re interested in, then click on the links to download your reports. You will need to be registered and logged in to download the reports.

Research 2011

Labour Market Bulletin

The Labour Market Bulletin includes data from government and private sources, with a particular focus on changes in the market for labour and skills. It was available from 2002 to 2011.

Research 2010

Labour Market Bulletin

Research 2009

Labour Market Bulletin

ICT Inquiry

The ICT Inquiry presents a summary of employer views on ICT recruitment, skills and topical issues based on results from a survey of around 1000 employers. It was available from 2004 to 2009.

Research 2008

Labour Market Bulletin

ICT Inquiry

Research 2007

Labour Market Bulletin

Towards Maturity

A suite of 4 reports aimed at helping employers, training providers and policy makers better understand how e-learning can support employer skills requirements.

Research 2006

Labour Market Bulletin

ICT Inquiry

Research 2005

Labour Market Bulletin

ICT Inquiry

IT Insights

IT User Skills Digest

Research 2004

Labour Market Bulletin

ICT Inquiry

IT Insights

Research 2003

Labour Market Bulletin

Research 2002

Labour Market Bulletin

Telecoms

Telecoms Footprint report 2002 PDF 560KB

The Telecoms Footprint report maps out the changing shape of the Telecoms sector, identifies a framework for job roles in the Telecoms industry and highlights key trends in terms of shrinking or growing segments in the sector.

Research 2001

Women in IT

21st Century Women and Understanding the Future Research Report PDF 725KB

This report focuses on perceptions of, and information on IT careers. It’s based on focus group research and 4 major online surveys.

IT User Skills

IT User Skills LMI & Skills ForeSight 2001

Labour market intelligence for the IT end user community. This report determines future skills needs for the UK workforce and recommends actions.

Research 2000

Graduates in IT

"Have you got what IT takes?" Project Gemini: Improving the availability of graduates to the IT Services Industry PDF 878KB

Project Gemini produced a case study to improve student awareness of opportunities in the IT sector. It also aimed to increase the availability of graduates to industry through twinning employers and Higher Education.

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