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
The Netherlands (4th) is the third of the European countries in the top ten due to strong performances for Health and Wellness and for Enabling Environment. Germany (6th) just edges ahead of the Netherlands
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
.7% in 2002 to 18.1% in 2009. The highest shares of part-time employment were observed in the Netherlands (47.7%), Sweden (26.0%), Germany (25.4%), Denmark (25.2%) and the United Kingdom (25.0%), and the lowest
. The average rate of output expansion in France and Germany was the fastest in almost five years, but growth outside of the big-two was only modest and weaker than in February. The relative strength of domestic