LABOUR MARKET ISSUES IN V4 COUNTRIES
Keywords:labour market, youth unemployment, informal employment, education
The current article examines the labour market issues facing the Visegrad Group (V4) countries, comprising the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia. The study highlights that the main areas of concern are high youth unemployment, informal employment, poverty and social exclusion, and skill shortages. The results suggest that these issues are interconnected and significantly impact these countries' overall economic growth and development. Furthermore, the authors conclude that to address these iss ues, the V4 countries should invest in education and training, promote entrepreneurship and innovation, and implement social protection policies targeting vulnerable groups.