Liechtenstein - Labour market reports 2017 published - April 30, 2018

The statistical office published its unemployment report and the provisional labour market analysis 2017. The office reveals that the employment growth reached the level of almost 3.6% (against 1.9% in 2016). The unemployment rate decreased to an average 1.9% (against 2.3% in 2016). The highest unemployment rate (with an annual average of 2.6%) was signalled in the age group of 15 to 24 years.

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