.8), the Netherlands (-1.7) and Poland (-1.1). The ESI is now above its long-term average only in Germany.
Although confidence in industry remains above its long-term average, it worsened strongly, by -3.3 points
. In Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Japan, the smallest number of employees are focused on getting a promotion. High satisfaction probably plays a role in the level of ambition. This certainly
, with the highest propensity to migrate overseas in Eastern European countries (53%) and the lowest in Germany (7%).
Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Spain and the UK all saw at least 20% of recent
and by 3.149 million in the euro area.
Among the Member States, the lowest unemployment rates were recorded in the Netherlands (3.7%) and Austria (4.7%), and the highest rates in Latvia (20.9%) and Spain