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Agri – food export

ceoop circles 21 june 2019

5.9.2019 – In a report published today, the EU confirms for yet another year its position as largest global exporter of agri-food products, with EU exports reaching €138 billion in 2018. Agriculture products represent a solid share of 7% of the value of EU total goods exported in 2018, ranking fourth after machinery, other manufactured [...]

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Employment and Social Developments in Europe 2018 review

Vir: www.if.org.uk

13.7.2018 – Today, the Commission has published the 2018 edition of its yearly Employment and Social Developments in Europe (ESDE) review. This year’s edition confirms the ongoing positive labour market trends as well as an improving social situation. The numbers of people in employment reached new record levels. With almost 238 million people having a [...]

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Internships, study placements and employment in the EU

Vir: www.if.org.uk

PRIPRAVNIŠTVA IN ŠTUDIJSKE PRAKSE Evropska agencija za pomorsko varnost (EMSA) namreč med 1. septembrom 2018 in 28. februarjem 2019, za najmanj 3 in največ 6 mesecev, v svoje vrsti vabi sedem pripravnikov ali pripravnic, ki jih zanimajo področja zakonodaje o pomorski varnosti, odzivanja na onesnaževanje morja in sodelovanja med državami članicami pri zagotavljanju varnosti na [...]

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Employment in the EU

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The latest figures from Eurostat show that in 2015 the share of employed among the population aged 20-64 in the European Union amounted to 70.1%. The share of employees was thus higher than in 2014 (69.2%) but lower than the peak in 2008 (70.3%). A similar pattern was observed for men. In 2015, it was [...]

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Quarterly review of the employment and social situation in the EU

Vir: www.if.org.uk

The new data on employment and social situation, published in the quarterly review of the European Commission, showed some very positive trends. The most positive shifts are noticeable in the further decline of the unemployment rate, increase in permanent and full-time contracts, the decline in youth unemployment and also, for the first time since the [...]

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Employment: Vacancy trends reveal growing north-south divide in EU labour market

Vir: bostinno.streetwise.co

Vacancy trends in the European labour market indicate a widening gap in job opportunities between northern and southern countries. The latest issue of the European Vacancy Monitor (EVM) reveals a shortage of labour supply in countries such as Austria, Denmark Sweden, Estonia and Latvia, while competition for jobs is increasing in countries such as Greece, [...]

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