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Employment in Europe report (2003) EN (2003)
Report on the relationship between employment specialisation, skills and productivity, wage structures and the link between wages and productivity in an enlarged Union, wage differentiation across skills, sectors and regions. Quality in work is addressed in the context of labour market dynamics and flexibility. The ageing of the population and immigration are examined with regard to the implications for labour supply and employment

Employment in Europe report (2002)  (2002)
This report discusses the European labour market performance against the backdrop of both the recent economic slowdown, and the structural improvements in European labour markets since the mid 1990s. It further highlights the role of quality in work for productivity and overall employment performance, and addresses remaining imbalances in the European labour markets, notably by gender and across regions. Finally, it analyses the main employment trends in the candidate countries and discusses labour market characteristics of an enlarged Union.

Employment in Europe report (2001) - Autumn update  (2001)
This report describes the employment implications of the recent economic slowdown and the September 11 terrorist attack. It provides a detailed analysis of sectoral employment trends in the European Union.

Employment in Europe report (2001) (2001)
this report describes the employment implications of the recent economic slowdown and the September 11 terrorist attack. It provides a detailed analysis of sectoral employment trends in the European Union. It discusses the Union's resilience to macroeconomic shocks, its capacity to adapt to change, and the role of confidence for employment performance.