Photo by Steve Johnson on Unsplash In 2024 and upcoming years, the Czech Republic’s job market is poised to undergo significant transformations, driven by advancements in technology, changes in workforce dynamics, and the evolving global economic landscape. This article explores the key trends in the Czech job market, highlighting the emergence of new job types,
If you want to find a job, or to extend your horizons, or to learn more about expat services, the Jobspin Job and Relocation Fair is the place to be. What kind of event attracts 2,500 people on a Saturday morning in Prague, and even makes some people travel 13 hours by train from Budapest?
Brno Exhibition Centre will host “Stands For Ukraine” job fair for Ukraine on Thursday and Friday 26-27 May. This job fair is aimed at people from Ukraine who have been forced to leave their homes due to the current situation in their country and are looking for work in South Moravia. The goal is to
Are you ready to meet like-minded students and make new friends in university? Then it’s time to get together at the Access Masters Balkans and Central Europe online event on 26 May. For the past 12 years, Access Masters has helped thousands of prospective graduate students find the best programme that meets their needs. Now
The business services sector currently employs almost 10% of all foreign workers in the Czech Republic. Title photo: Freepik. Jobspin, Czechia, March 28, 2022 – After a slowdown in 2020, when many foreigners were wary of relocation and others returned to their home countries, the number of foreign employees in the corporate, customer and IT
Despite the pandemic and fears of a higher turnover of foreign employees, companies are intensively seeking and recruiting workers from abroad. This year, Czech firms plan to hire nearly 10,000 more foreign experts in IT, finance, logistics and data analytics. Photo credit: Freepik Written by Elisa Pinton Czech Republic, Feb 25 (BD) – After a
For The Third Consecutive Year, CEZ Group Has Been Voted As Most Attractive Employer In The Czech Republic
Czech energy giant CEZ Group has again been voted as the best employer by Czech university students, for the third consecutive year. 12,000 students participated in the TOP Employers Survey 2022, to find out which companies students found to be the most attractive employers. Photo credit: Freepik Written by Elisa Pinton Czech Republic, Feb 22
Seasonally adjusted data show an unemployment of 2.2% in the Czech Republic in December 2021. According to the data of the Czech Statistical Office (CZSO) published yesterday, the unemployment fell by 1.1 percentage points year-on-year. The unemployment rate for women fell to 2.5%, and for men was slightly under 2%. Similar values were reported by
Title image: Share of Employment Rate and Labor Market Slack in Q1 2021. Credit: Eurostat. Text by Basak Yirmibesoglu, edited for Jobspin According to latest data from the Eurostat, European Union Statistical Office, in the first quarter of 2021, Czechia had the lowest labur market slack (4%) and second highest employment rate (almost 80%) in
Text by Basak Yirmibesoglu, edited for Jobspin According to the latest Eurostat statistical data, a significant proportion of non-EU citizens working in the European Union are overqualified for their jobs, at a much higher rate than EU citizens. In Czechia, 10% of workers from other EU countries are overqualified, compared to 35% of non-EU workers.