In 2020, several regions in the Czech Republic were among those with the highest employment rates in Europe for non-EU citizens, indicating high levels of integration into the workforce. Across the continent, the employment rate was lower for non-EU citizens than EU citizens living in their home countries or in other EU member states. Photo
The Czech Republic was ranked 18th in the 2021 World Happiness Report, one position higher than in 2020. The country’s ranking has significantly improved since 2016, when it was ranked 27th. Overall European countries are leading the ranking, with nine of the top 10 positions. Photo Credit: Freepik. Written by Melis Karabulut, edited for Jobspin.
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Figures from a recent report from Eurostat indicate that the rate of employment in European countries declined sharply in the second quarter of this year as compared to the end of 2019. The most affected were young people (aged 15-24) in Slovenia and Ireland. Prepared by Kim Bingel, edited for Jobspin. Czech Rep., Nov 14
A recent study released by Eurostat provided new data on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on income distribution, with low income workers more likely to lose their job or to be temporarily laid-off, deepening inequalities across Europe. Title imgae: Freepik. Article written by Ines Ribas, edited for Jobspin Czech Rep. Oct 30 (JS) –
In the second quarter of 2020 there was a gross monthly wage increase of 0.5% over last year. The Czech Statistical Office (CZSO) also reported that, as prices had increased 3.1%, real wages had seen a drop of 2.5%. The first time this has happened since the end of 2013. The average monthly salary now
The Czech Republic is set to conduct its first census in ten years, beginning in March 2021. The Czech Statistical Office estimates that around 60% of the population will complete the census online, and help will be available to help citizens do so. Participation in the census is mandatory according to law, and failing to
Since Monday, Czech employers are required to request a negative covid-19 test from Swedish and Luxembourgish citizens who are to become their employees. Negative tests were already necessary to be requested from Bulgarian, Romanian and Portuguese citizens. Photo credit: Freepik / For illustrative purposes. Prepared by Tessa Adamson Czech Rep., Jul 29 (JS) – Since
The unemployment rate in the Czech Republic increased by 0.4 percentage points in May compared with last year, recording the highest rate since August 2018. EU-wide, the same unemployment rate of 6.7% was recorded in May 2020 as in May 2019, and the rate has only risen by 0.2 points since February. Photo: Stock image