the index was up by 18 points, the UK was up by 7 points. Italy was up by 6 points, The Netherlands up by 2 points and Sweden up by 1 point. Germany was down by -2 points and Belgium was down by -8 points
.2%), Austria (falling to 4.0%) and the Netherlands (stable at 4.3%).
The number of unemployed persons in OECD countries, roughly stable since August 2009, stood at 45.9 million in May 2010. This was +1
countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Denis Pennel, Eurociett Managing Director, commented "the agency work industry is recognised
, Australia, Belgium, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands and Spain all recorded small declines in unemployment rates in December, compared to small rises in Austria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Korea
, Germany and Sweden show a strong growth in labour demand. This trend is less pronounced in Latvia, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Netherlands, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Greece.
Growth in labour