Electrical engineering job trends are described as “high” this year. Vice President of recruiting at…
Statistics released from the government show that by 2015, 72.5 percent of close to ten million in the workforce, with an undergraduate degree or higher, had relocated overseas for better job opportunities.
With consumers fueling the surge, the Spanish economy continues in a three-year recovery that is leaving many of its euro-zone peers behind.
Europe’s largest economy is showing signs of confidence. Unemployment in Germany has continued to decline. The unemployment rate of 5.7% stayed at the lowest recorded since Germany’s reunification.
The euro-zone economy has picked up its pace in November to keep on track for the best yearly performance since the financial crisis.
The permanent jobs in the region increased at the fastest rate in over two years, while the number of workers fell dramatically, shown by a report from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation.
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