Liechtenstein - Labour market in charts - March 31, 2016

The statistical office updated a series of labour market data over the period 1990-2016. The current unemployment (2.5%) is very low, compared to neighbouring countries. The unemployment among youngsters (15-24 year old) is substantially higher (3.8%, February 2016 data). Meanwhile, almost one quarter of the unemployed belongs to the category long-term unemployed. In absolute and relative terms the labour market has not completely recovered; the lowest unemployment level was in May 2008.

German: http://www.amsfl.li/ams/upload/downloads/entwicklung_arbeitslosigkeit_1990 …  

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http://www.amsfl.li/ams/upload/downloads/factbox_arbeitslosigkeit …  

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