.2% in construction and 2.6% in services.
The Euro area (EA17) consists of Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Slovenia
in filling jobs with at least two in five employers struggling to fill vacancies in Germany, Europe’s largest economy.
“German companies provide too few resources for efficient recruitment despite the acute
rates include Austria (4.5%), Luxembourg (5.2%), the Netherlands (5.3%) and Germany (5.5%). Spain still has the highest joblessness rate at 25.1%, followed by Greece which posted a worrying 24.4% in June
-off costs of €1.8 million related to a bankruptcy case in Germany and a €1.0 million crisis- tax payment implemented by the Dutch government retroactively for the full year 2012.
The Oil and Gas division
K). A situation which most nurses who are directly employed by hospitals could only dream of according to the VZa.
According to a recent study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers Germany in cooperation
in Austria (5.1% to 3.8%), Malta (7.3% to 6.5%) and Germany (7.6% to 6.9%). The highest increases were registered in Latvia (13.5% to 20.1% between the first quarters of 2009 and 2010) and Lithuania (11