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
in Europe. In France and Ireland, hiring levels are lower than expected while in Italy and the Netherlands the market for professionals also shows signs of a contraction. The Scandinavian market is doing well
in countries with brighter economic outlooks, including Austria (4.3%), Germany (5.3%), Luxembourg (5.3%) and the Netherlands (5.8%).
The job market worsened in Spain (26.1%) which has one of 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
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
is the only country to exhibit strong annual growth of +30%, followed by improvement in the UK, which records +8% growth.
Other countries tracked by the Index, including Belgium, France, Italy, Netherlands
-ended contracts providing pay between assignments. Social dialogue is key to creating tailor-made solutions. Having been put into practice by The Netherlands, Germany, the Nordic countries and Austria, social