Employment analysis in the forestry sector

Forests represent a source of economic activity prominently in rural areas. Yet, the related labour market has been object of little attention. It includes direct and indirect employment, temporary and full-time workers, public and private employees, covering different categories and value chains.

The main aim of this traineeship will be to review existing studies, and analyse in depth a specific value chain. Desktop work, surveys and interviews will be used for data collection.

Traineeship open to Master's student in forestry, economics, or rural development. Minimum 2-3 months. 

Good English. French and/or Spanish is an asset. Good ability with Microsoft office and basic Statistics. Curious mind and willingness to conduct interviews.

The selected student will work at the EFIMED Regional Office in Barcelona, Spain.