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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 24.07.2019, 07:46

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Survey: 8% of Estonians engaged in platform work

Survey: 8% of Estonians engaged in platform work

11.07.2019

The so-called "gig economy" is attracting an increasing number of people -- in Estonia 8% of people regularly work via online platforms, it appears from a survey conducted into platform work in 13 European countries, writes LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Estonia, EU – Baltic States, Internet, Labour-market, Technology



SEB: Income of young people in Estonia increased steadily over past 3 yrs

SEB: Income of young people in Estonia increased steadily over past 3 yrs

02.07.2019

A study carried out into the income of young people by SEB in the spring of 2019 indicates that the earnings of people aged 18 to 25 have been steadily increasing over the past three years, informed LETA/BNS.

AmCham launches a position on talent attraction

AmCham launches a position on talent attraction

21.06.2019

The position outlines recommendations in two priority areas: promoting Latvia as an attractive career destination for both domestic and international talent and developing skills to reduce mismatch in the labor market.


Lithuania: Over a year, labour costs per hour worked increased by 5.4%

Lithuania: Over a year, labour costs per hour worked increased by 5.4%

10.06.2019

In I quarter 2019, against the same quarter of 2018, labour costs per hour worked in industrial, construction and service enterprises (individual enterprises included), calendar adjusted, increased by 5.4%, of which in business enterprises – 3.7%.

Lithuanian labor market to need some 105,000 new workers by 2022, research center says

Lithuanian labor market to need some 105,000 new workers by 2022, research center says

07.06.2019

The Lithuanian labor market will need some 105,000 new salaried employees by 2022, the Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre (MOSTA) said on Friday LETA/BNS.


07.06.2019

The number of job vacancies in Estonia remains over 10,000

According to Statistics Estonia, in the 1st quarter of 2019, there were approximately 11,450 job vacancies in the enterprises, institutions and organisations of Estonia. This trend has continued since the 1st quarter of 2017.

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