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2016 Review of Employment and Social Developments in Europe. The Review by European Commission highlights more employment, less poverty and a changing world of work.

The latest annual review of Employment and Social Developments in Europe (ESDE) published on 20.12.2016 shows encouraging results. Around 3 million jobs have been created and employment has risen, pushing back poverty. However, unemployment remains high, with huge disparities across Member States. Labour markets and societies will need to adapt to new forms of work.

This year’s Employment and Social Developments report focussed on employment as a means to tackle poverty, digitalisation and the changing world of work, the role of social dialogue, disparities among Member States and the integration of refugees in the labour market.

Employment and Social Developments report 2016

Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen, commented: “This annual Review shows that our efforts of the last years are bearing fruit. Our economies continue to create jobs, and households saw their disposable incomes increase. However, many people who work are still poor, which shows that it is not just about creating jobs, but about creating quality jobs. In addition, societies and labour markets are changing, due to new technologies and new forms of work. These bring new opportunities, but also new challenges, and we need to ensure that no one is left behind. With the European Pillar of Social Rights and new initiatives in the framework of our New Skills Agenda, we aim at tackling these challenges head on.”

EU Employment and Social Developments report 2016

Southern European countries are increasingly struggling with youth unemployment!!!

Glassdoor, together with Llewellyn Consulting, listed these as the best countries to get a job across Europe. The European study focused on 16 countries across Europe and looks at several aspects of employment.

The Best labour market for 2016

  1. Estonia
  2. Norway
  3. UK
  4. Austria
  5. Denmark
  6. Germany
  7. Switzerland
  8. Belgium
  9. Finland
  10. Netherlands
  11. France
  12. Ireland
  13. Italy
  14. Portugal
  15. Greece
  16. Spain

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