Socioeconomic effects of employment requirements

The socioeconomic calculation model is a system that determines the socioeconomic value of an individual leaving unemployment for employment in the form of a job, apprenticeship or internship.

The model calculates the socioeconomic value on different levels whilst the employment requirement is in effect: for the individual, municipality, authorities, employer and the society as a whole.

The model is based on the assumptions that individuals benefiting from the employment requirement would have otherwise continued unemployed during the period the employment requirement was in place. However, the model does not calculate any dynamic or long-term effects, such as the greater probability of individuals finding employment in the future as a result of receiving work experience via the employment requirements.

Procurement with the aim of increasing employment