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[IWS] Eurostat: JOB VACANCY STATISTICS [updated 16 September 2014]
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JOB VACANCY STATISTICS [updated 16 September 2014]
Data from September 2014. Most recent data: Further Eurostat information, Main tables and Database.
This article gives an overview of recent job vacancy statistics in the European Union (EU), notably the job vacancy rate (JVR). Job vacancy trends over the last decade are analysed in another article. The News Release with quarterly data on the job vacancy rate is available here.
EU policies in the area of job vacancies aim to improve the functioning of the labour market by trying to more closely match supply and demand. In order to enable job seekers to consult all vacancies publicised in each of the Member State's employment services, the European jobs and mobility portal EURES was set up.
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