Labour market policy (LMP) measures refer to public labour market interventions where the main activity of participants is other than job-search related and where participation usually results in a change in labour market status. LMP measures cover primarily interventions that provide temporary support for groups that are disadvantaged in the labour market (unemployed, employed at risk, and inactive persons). LMP measures are classified by type of action and cover the following categories: training, job rotation and job sharing, employment incentives, supported employment and rehabilitation, direct job creation, and start-up incentives. Participants in LMP measures are presented here as annual average stock, i.e. the average number of persons participating in an intervention at any point during the year. The annual average stock can also be interpreted as the number of person-years of participation in an intervention.
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Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union
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