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Labor Supply

Highly qualified staff in Serbia is widely available. The number of engineers, managers, and other specialists is sufficient to meet the growing demand of international companies. Yearly, the labor supply increases by approximately 47,500 university and 2-year college graduates. In addition, there are also a significant number of Serbian experts, who return to the country after gaining top-quality expertise in international companies around the globe.

The labor market in Serbia has become truly vibrant as a rising number of international investors have opened their businesses in the country. International as well as local head-hunting agencies operate in major Serbian cities, offering a full range of consulting services, including executive search, staff training, and salary surveys.

 

The structure of Unemployed by Level of Education

High School
University and College
Elementary School

17%

Unemployment Rate

43%

Unemployment Rate (under 30 years old)

Education System

Since 2003, universities and colleges in Serbia have produced about 47,500 graduates, 1,000 Masters of Science, and 400 PhDs annually. Of the total number of graduates, those from technical universities account for approximately 30%. Leading institutions in this field, such as the School of Electrical Engineering or the School of Mechanical Engineering in Belgrade, are recognized internationally for their expertise. High-quality technical education begins in Serbian elementary and high schools, which offer an advanced curriculum in technical sciences.

High school graduates accros the country

Economics, Law and Administration
14%
Mechanics and Electronics
20%
Trade and Tourism
10%
Gymnasium
21%
Agriculture and Food Production
6%
Other
29%

Language Proficiency

English
86%
German & Russian
20%
French & Spanish
12%
Italian
10%