German unemployment declined to 3.4% in April 2018

June 1, 2018 12:21 pmComments Off on German unemployment declined to 3.4% in April 2018
German unemployment declined to 3.4% in April 2018

German unemployment declined to 3.4% in April from 3.5% reported in the previous month, shows the harmonized data of the Labor Bureau in Germany. This is the lowest percentage of unemployed people in the largest economy in Europe since July 1980, as the number of unemployed declines while retaining the share of employed in the economy. The number of unemployed people in Germany decreased by 1.3% compared to March to […]

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The US companies created 178,000 new jobs in May

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The US companies created 178,000 new jobs in May

The US companies created 178,000 new jobs in May, which is a good overall figure, but is below the average monthly value for the winter period. The human resources company ADP today announced that renting has been strong in construction, education and health, as well as in professional and business services that include accounting, legal and engineering services. However, the retailers have closed down jobs. The data shows a steady […]

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The EU unemployment remains unchanged in April 2018

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The EU unemployment remains unchanged in April 2018

The unemployment in the European Union (EU) as a whole remains unchanged in April on a monthly basis at a level of 7.1%. On an annual basis, however, there was a decrease of 0.7%, as in April 2017 it was 7.8% against April 2017. This is the lowest unemployment rate since September 2008. The unemployed in the region in the fourth month of the year were a total of 17.462 […]

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Czech workers slowly won the battle for higher wages

May 29, 2018 9:03 amComments Off on Czech workers slowly won the battle for higher wages
Czech workers slowly won the battle for higher wages

Czech workers slowly won the battle for higher wages. Facing the lowest unemployment in the European Union, companies have to deal with the shortage of 10.6 million people in the country with bonuses and higher wages. Josef Stredula, who heads the largest trade union organization in the country, believes that the trend of wage increases will continue for several years. The labor costs for employers in the Czech Republic are […]

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New Zealand cut foreign workers when most need them

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New Zealand cut foreign workers when most need them

On the shores of New Zealand’s largest city, a Chinese businessman builds a five-star luxury hotel designed for wealthy tourists. But there is a stumbling block: there are not enough workers to complete it. In order to help end the Park Hyatt in Auckland worth $ 200 million ($ 138 million), Beijing-based Fu Wah International Group is forced to bring 138 Chinese workers. The need for foreign labor means that […]

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