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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Iana Konina
Formation of Supply and Demand for Competencies of Specialists in the Creative Industries
2019
As the title implies the research describes the formation of supply and demand for the specialist competences in the creative industries. It is specially noted the importance of identification of IT competencies as well as the main trends in the labor market of creative industries. The primary aim of this research is to develop a competency model for specialists with IT skills in the creative industries.

Theoretical part of this research gives a detailed analysis of the main trends and key drivers for the development of the creative labor in the industry. Moreover, it provides valuable information about the types of modern professions and competencies in creative industries that meet digitalization trends. In addition, this part of the research deals with overview of employers and experts opinion regarding the level of IT competencies development.

An empirical part of this research analyzes 17,182 vacancies posted at global job board (Indeed.com). The results give a comprehensive and clear idea of the current understanding of the most relevant competencies in the creative industries. Also, it is shown that there are several main directions of the labor market development in creative industries.

According to the results of the research, competency models and maps are developed and designed, expert views on the results are introduced. Conclusion are drawn, recommendations are given to employers, companies and specialists.

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