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Danish Unemployment fall to all time low since 2009

Tuesday, 30 April 2013
Danish unemployment is at its lowest level since December 2009 as 5.8 percent of the workforce is now unemployed a fall by 2,300 people who left the job market.

More Swedes - Seven out of ten workers prepared to work longer

Thursday, 11 April 2013
At least seven out of ten older workers in the management sectors who are member of the worker union, Unionen is prepared to work longer today, but then working hours have become more flexible.

Swedish jobs market discriminatory practices largely driven by the employment services discriminatory practices.

Sunday, 07 April 2013
Sweden is very quick to criticise other countries that discriminate against their minorities. Here especially in the job market, discrimination is very rife and today the Eastern Europeans are the one facing what the African have grown accustomed to - discrimination.

Swedish unemployment rose in February but labour market said to be stable

Thursday, 14 March 2013
Swedish Unemployment was 8.5 percent in February, not seasonally adjusted, according to official data from Statistics Sweden's Labour Force Survey (LFS). According to analysts, it was expected that unemployment rate would be 8.4 percent.

Swedish jobs market hold unsurprisingly despite persistent dim economic outlook.

Tuesday, 19 February 2013
The Swedish job market has seen an increased numbers of employed and no increase in unemployment as the labour market continues to hold unexpectedly better than thought.

Slight improvement in the Swedish job market

Friday, 08 February 2013
The unemployment rate in Sweden among the Swedish workforce was 4.8 percent in January, compared with 4.8 percent the previous month.

Sweden continues to relax about foreign-born employees as the job market welcome them more

Thursday, 07 February 2013
More people in Sweden with a foreign background are getting into the job market today than a few years before.

Changing Swedish jobs market with a more dynamic labour participation

Friday, 25 January 2013
It looks like the Swedish labour market is becoming more dynamic with increasing participation of the elderly and immigrants. If the report presented by Swedbank, based on a survey the bank commissioned in accurate, then the Swedish labour market is really changing.

Swedish jobs market -where there are jobs despite the weak market

Wednesday, 23 January 2013
As the Swedish job market continues to weaken, fewer areas in the jobs market have real skill shortages than would have been expected.

Many Swedish firms plan to reduce workforce as external and internal economic situation remains gloomy

Friday, 18 January 2013
Close to one in four companies have put staff reductions at the top of the list of actions to reduce costs in 2013, a report from the Swedish daily, Dagens Nyeheter show.

Lots of Jobs in Finland in these areas

Monday, 14 January 2013
Are you looking for a career? Are you struggling for a career and fell that you will not get the career you need. Are you an EU citizen, there are many jobs in Finland in these sectors.
Seeking jobs here gives you a better change of getting one

Fear mongering for Swedish increasing layoffs

Thursday, 10 January 2013
The increasing notices of redundancy, which has gone up sharply Sweden during the autumn of 2012, has been felt by some analysts as that Swedish unemployment would increase.

Staffing company, Poolia sounds profit warning

Tuesday, 18 December 2012
Staffing firm Poolia warned that revenue in the fourth quarter would be lower than expected, due to the current recession with weak demand for its services, a statement from the company say, according to news reports.

Sweden unemployment increased as rate edge to 7.5 percent as November continues to stress the Swedish job market

Thursday, 13 December 2012
The Swedish unemployment rate increased in November signally the struggling position the country's economy is maintaining. Nearly 10,000 people were given notices in November, the second month in a row.

Billion invested in job market coaching did not lead to more Swedish jobs

Thursday, 06 December 2012
The Swedish government invested millions into the job market training and coaching so that job seekers could quickly get into work. This was seen as a good idea but that has not resulted either job creation or reduced unemployment.

Swedish real estate brokers gradually dissipate as many leave their profession

Monday, 03 December 2012
As the Swedish housing sector continues to struggle in terms of sales and development, many real estate brokers are leaving the sector more than ever.

Where are the jobs of the future going to be?

Wednesday, 28 November 2012
From the Swedish perspective some academic courses will ultimately lead to a working career while other will not, so, where are the Swedish jobs on the future?

Surprise fall in Swedish unemployment than expected

Thursday, 15 November 2012
Swedish unemployment was 7.1 percent in October, not seasonally adjusted, according to latest official figures from Statistics Sweden's Labour Force Survey (LFS). Analysts had expected an unemployment rate of 7.4 percent, thus the fall came as a surprise to most after lost of various bad economic news and indicators.

150,000 Swedish unemployed without a form of unemployment support and compensation

Wednesday, 14 November 2012
Of the nearly 400,000 who were unemployed in September 150,000 are missing full compensation, according Unemployment Insurance Unions (SO). Back in 2008, the number without compensation due to lack of unemployment insurance contribution was 50 000.

Where are really the so-called jobs of the future?

Thursday, 08 November 2012
Jobs seekers, - University graduates, and laid-off workers are roaming around looking for work but employers say they are finding it hard to recruit the right skills. Job seekers are tired of looking for work as politicians talk of the jobs of the future. Which are the so-called jobs of the future?