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29/08/2013

European Vacancy Monitor - Issue No. 10 / September 2013  (29/08/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-EV-13-010-EN-N

Hirings were down for most occupational groups and fell for the first time since the second quarter of 2010 for expert / specialised workers (professionals). At the same time, the healthcare sector showed growing demand, according to the September 2013 edition of the European Vacancy Monitor. This Bulletin is available in English only.

25/06/2013

EU Employment and Social Situation - Quarterly Review - June 2013  (25/06/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-BH-13-003-EN-N

According this edition of the EU Employment and Social Situation Quarterly Review, labour market and social challenges have been growing over recent months, as the EU is still faced with ever higher unemployment and the lowest employment figures since the onset of the crisis. The employment and social situation in the EU remained critical in the first quarter of 2013 with employment receding overall and unemployment rising further, trends which concentrate in the southern members of the euro area. The situation of many households, and of young people in particular, remains serious. Nearly a quarter of economically active young people in the EU are unemployed. The sharp fall in young people's employment in some countries partly reflects differences in labour market structures, and in particular the role of temporary contracts. In the context of divergence across the EU, the number of people wanting to move to another country has substantially increased. The Review also notes the importance of quality childcare in mitigating inequalities at an early stage and explores the results of the first wave of the European Central Bank's Household Finance and Consumption Survey. Recent developments in the financial and insurance activities sector, as well as in Slovenia and Croatia, are also analysed in this edition. This publication is available in electronic format in English.

06/06/2013

Social protection budgets in the crisis in the EU - Working paper 01/2013  (06/06/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-EW-13-001-EN-N

The first working paper in the 2013 series reviews social protection expenditure developments in the crisis, focusing on expenditure trends in volumes following the peak of the crisis (2009), on changes in the distribution of incomes and, notably, on the distributional impact of austerity packages. The topics discussed relate to the March 2013 edition of the EU Employment and Social Situation Quarterly Review. This Working paper is available in electronic format in English.

05/06/2013

European Job Mobility Bulletin 9  (05/06/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-EU-13-009-EN-N

According to this issue of the European Job Mobility Bulletin, based on the vacancies published on the EURES portal, good job opportunities are available for: Finance and sales associate professionals, Architects, engineers and related professionals, Housekeeping and restaurant service workers, Personal care and related workers, Computing professionals. This Bulletin is available in English only.

05/06/2013

European Vacancy Monitor 9  (05/06/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-EV-13-009-EN-N

Decline in recruitment demand was particularly pronounced for craft and related trade workers as well as for plant and machine operators (-9% and -7%) in the third quarter of 2012, according to the May 2013 edition of the European Vacancy Monitor. This Bulletin is available in English only.

26/03/2013

EU Employment and Social Situation Quarterly Review - March 2013  (26/03/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-BH-13-002-EN-N

According to the EU Employment and Social Situation Quarterly Review, divergence continues to increase across Member States, translating into persistently growing labour market and social challenges, marked by ever higher unemployment at EU level and a deterioration of the situation of many households, and of young people in particular. Employment has been trending down again since mid-2011, with positive developments only noticeable in part-time work. Unemployment rose further in January 2013, to 26.2 million in the EU, accounting for 10.8 % of the active population, and concerns nearly one in four economically active young people. This edition highlights the effects recent government spending cuts have had on the employment and social situation in a number of Member States, the diversity in terms of labour market matching and recent trends in posting of workers across the EU. This edition also analyses the specific situation in Bulgaria and in the sectors of manufacture of basic metals and motor vehicles. It finally dedicates a Special Supplement to the analysis of recent demographic trends in the European Union. This publication is available in electronic format in English.

01/03/2013

European Job Mobility Bulletin No 8  (01/03/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-EU-12-008-EN-N

The European Job Mobility Bulletin provides an analysis of vacancies posted on the EURES jobs portal by national public employment services. It is pecifically targeted at people looking for work outside their home region/country, and at EURES advisers aiming to help them. It is available online in English only.

01/03/2013

European Vacancy Monitor No 8  (01/03/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-EV-12-008-EN-N

The European Vacancy Monitor provides a comprehensive overview of recent developments on the European job market. Data on job vacancies and hiring shed light on trends in occupational demand and skills requirements. It is available online in English only.

01/02/2013

Social Agenda 32 - Employment and social analysis  (01/02/2013)

Catalog N. : KE-AF-12-032-EN-C

A silent revolution is underway in the field of employment and social data collection and analysis, giving a much more vivid picture of what people are going through and how they are evolving over time. This issue of Social Agenda focuses on the methodology of data collection and its political consequences. For the EU to reach its objective of generating inclusive growth by 2020, social policy must be considered not so much in terms of expenditure but rather as an investment in Europe's most precious asset: its own people or, as economists would say, its "human capital". Social Agenda is available in English, French and German.

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