Liechtenstein -Employment in 2013 -October 10, 2014

The governmental Office of Statistics published its annual employment report. Migrants and commuters from surrounding countries build the majority of the workforce (almost 53%, with Swiss nationals up to half of the commuters, Austrian nationals more than 40%).

The governmental Office of Statistics published its annual employment report. Migrants and commuters from surrounding countries build the majority of the workforce (almost 53%, with Swiss nationals up to half of the commuters, Austrian nationals more than 40%). By the end of 2013 the growth in employment was 1.4%. A detailed report with statistics (in German) is available.

German: http://www.llv.li/#/11367/beschaftigungsstatistik-

 

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