) and the Netherlands (+5% y-o-y in August). The evolution of turnover displays a similar trend to hours worked with slowing growth for the industry.
In August, EU 27 unemployment levels rose by +0.1% compared
, including Austria (3.9%), where unemployment was the lowest. This is followed by both Luxembourg and the Netherlands (both 5.2%), as well as Germany (5.4%) where economic developments are still relatively
continuing to impact business across the region. But in the Netherlands the firm grew its contract solutions business while it said that Belgium's business remained “resilient.”
The firm is following on its
’s borders and offering opportunities to older workers. To the west, demand for IT specialists remains strong in the Netherlands, with programming and development specialists sought after across many sectors
modest improvements compared to three months ago.
Employers in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Hungary, The Netherlands, Poland, Ireland, Spain and Romania are reporting their weakest hiring plans to date