Position Of The Czech Labor Market In The EU

The Czech Republic has one of the best employment situations in the EU. The lowest unemployment rate; the third best employment level among 20-64 year olds and the highest percentage of the male workforce employed. Weaknesses are in the level of the long-term (more than 1 year) and the proportion of the workforce with a

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Full Employment, But Still Vacancies

Unemployment fell in April by 0.2%  to 2.1% (Czech Statistical Office); the number of people in employment also fell (by 0.2%): salaries are also rising and there are still plenty of vacancies. Good for workers but experts say that the future trend will be worsening unemployment. Photo credit: Pixabay. Written by Charles du Parc. Czech

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Czechia’s Unemployment Rates Steady at 2%

For both February and March 2019, the general unemployment statistics showed that only 2% of the population aged 15–64 are without jobs. Photo credit: stock picture / Jobspin. Prague/CR, May 2 (JS) – “In the recent period, trends have been fading away from the Czech labour market; the unemployment rate stagnates around two percent, and,

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