by Germany with 10.1%. Spain has by far the highest youth unemployment rate with 44.5% followed by Latvia with 43.8%.
The Spanish Minister for Labour, Celestino Corbacho, said at the Barcelona meeting "all
operations, are 17% up on the same period in 2009 and net fee income is up 24% on the same period. These volume increases are driven largely by growth in temporary staffing revenues in the UK and Germany along
.7%) and The Netherlands (-0.8%). The highest annual rises were registered in Bulgaria (+10.4%), Romania (+9.6%), the Czech Republic (+6.4%), Finland (+6.2%), Germany (+4.8%), Spain and Portugal (both +4
), and with optimism as to prospects for the New Year in a number of its key markets."
"Increased demand for temporary staff, particularly within Germany and the UK at the end of 2009 and in early 2010, has resulted
, in Europe, Robert Half International has staffing and consulting operations in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and the UK
arrangements, and over-time work is used to handle workload peaks in more than two thirds of (68%) companies, in particularly in Germany, the Netherlands, the Nordic countries, Ireland, France and the UK. Fixed
the larger economies in Western Europe were in the UK (59%), France (55%), and Germany (51%). However many of the smaller countries bettered their larger neighbours, namely Switzerland (64%), Austria (58