EU Sources - Seasonal unemployment - January 31, 2020

The European Employment Services (EURES) platform has addressed the issue of seasonal fluctuations in the labour market. Seasonal fluctuations in employment and unemployment, particularly in the construction and tourism sectors, are common in many European countries. The degree of fluctuation differs between member states and is linked to certain conditions such as statutory regulations and regulations under collective agreements, corporate practice, and the mobility and proportion of the foreign workforce in a particular member state.

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