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The European Commission has published a study that assesses the short-term working arrangements (STWA) that have been introduced in different EU countries and looks at how these have been used in the context of the economic crisis.
Latest data confirm that the labour market in the EU is stabilising, following several months of only relatively moderate deterioration.
The labour market in the EU is showing signs of stabilising, following several months of more moderate deterioration. This is evidenced by rises in the unemployment rate easing further in most Member States in March, while in 10 countries the rate stabilised or even declined.
The labour market in the EU is continuing to deteriorate at a moderate pace, though we are starting to see more consistent signs of stabilisation in some Member States – according to the latest Monthly Labour Market Monitor from the European Commission.
The European labour market is beginning to show more consistent signs of stabilisation, half a year after the economy started to improve – according to the latest Monthly Labour Market Monitor from the European Commission.
The study shows the large variety of methods and administrative sources used across the EU to measure the magnitude of undeclared work (UDW).
Economic growth has resumed in the EU, although the recovery remains fragile.
Latest data for November/December 2009 show that EU labour markets continue to weaken, although at a more moderate pace.
Latest data for October/November 2009 show that EU labour markets continue to weaken, although at a more moderate pace.
Crisis response measures and EU financial support have helped to stem the adverse impacts of the slowdown on EU labour markets in 2009, says a European Commission report issued on December 15 2009