EU sources -Analysis of labour force survey figures -May 19, 2014

An analysis of Eurostat shows that the state of the EU labour market in 2013 was determined by the economic crisis, as in previous years. The key EU figures did not improve: the figures either continued to show a negative trend (unemployment) or remained relatively stable compared with the year before (employment).

An analysis of Eurostat shows that the state of the EU labour market in 2013 was determined by the economic crisis, as in previous years. The key EU figures did not improve: the figures either continued to show a negative trend (unemployment) or remained relatively stable compared with the year before (employment). In addition, national labour market developments showed increasing divergence between Member States in 2013 compared with 2012.

English: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/statistics_explained ...  

 

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