% in the first half of the year. The firm now derives 43% of its revenue from international operations in Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the UK
in the Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
Overall, the lowest unemployment rates were recorded in Austria (4.3%), Luxembourg (5.1%), Germany (5.4%) and the Netherlands (5.5%), and the highest
Expat Economics, the first report from the 2010 study, found that the UK, Belgium, Spain, France, Germany and The Netherlands were the worst performing locations when it came to overall wealth, with lower
%), Italy (45%) and Australia (40%) all favouring salary benefits.
Conversely, career advancement is moving up the ranks with countries such as Germany (39%), Luxembourg (34%) and Netherlands (33%) all
Director, Mark Cahill.
However, in the Netherlands – one of the biggest staffing markets in Europe –employers appear to have mixed hiring expectations. “The current Net Employment Outlook is the weakest
that a slowdown in financial services demand impacted the UK business while in continental Europe, growth in the Netherlands contracting business and steady results in Belgium were not enough to offset declines
Republic, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, and the United Kingdom) and two candidate