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    Employment in Europe 2010 report Choose translations of the previous link 

    25/11/2010

    The new report underlines how young people have borne the brunt of the crisis, with unemployment disproportionately hitting 15-24 year olds and reaching over 30% in some countries.

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    Agenda for new skills and jobs: EU sets out actions to boost employability and drive reform Choose translations of the previous link 

    23/11/2010

    23 million people are currently unemployed across the EU - 10% of the active population - with serious consequences for European growth and welfare systems. At the same time, some employers are reporting difficulties in recruiting, especially for high-skill jobs.

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    Commission sets out options on future cohesion policy Choose translations of the previous link 

    10/11/2010

    The Commission's 5th Report on Economic, Social and Territorial Cohesion shows that the EU's cohesion policy has made a significant contribution to growth and prosperity and promoting balanced development across the Union.

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    €382,200 job search funding for former workers from Spanish car sector Choose translations of the previous link 

    05/11/2010

    The European Commission has approved today an application from Spain for €382,200 of assistance from the European Globalisation adjustment Fund. The application was submitted after 515 employees involved in the production of electrical equipment for cars were made redundant by Lear Automotive in Roquetes, the county of Baix Ebre in Catalonia.

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    €114,250 to help 189 former workers in Polish shipbuilding sector Choose translations of the previous link 

    05/11/2010

    The European Commission has approved an application from Poland for assistance from the European Globalisation adjustment Fund. The €114 250 requested by the Polish authorities will help 189 former workers of H.Cegielski-Poznań and four of its suppliers from the shipbuilding industry find a job.

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