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Eesti Pank: labour market has not adjusted to weaker economic environment

Eesti Pank: labour market has not adjusted to weaker economic environment

15.10.2014

The Estonian labour market has not yet adjusted sufficiently to the weaker economic environment, Estonian central bank Eesti Pank said in a fresh labour market survey, writes LETA.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Economics, Employment, Estonia, Labour-market, Markets and Companies



Estonian disabled people demand postponement of work ability reform

Estonian disabled people demand postponement of work ability reform

13.10.2014

Disabled people and people fighting for their rights held an hour-long picket on Saturday in six larger Estonian towns to demand postponement of the planned work ability reform, LETA/Delfi reports.

Registered unemployment in Estonia stays at 4 percent in September

Registered unemployment in Estonia stays at 4 percent in September

13.10.2014

25,242 people were registered as unemployed in Estonia in September 2014, according to Statistics Estonia, reports LETA/Baltic Business News.


Latvia registers lowest proportion of job vacancies in EU in Q2

Latvia registers lowest proportion of job vacancies in EU in Q2

17.09.2014

The proportion of job vacancies in Latvia in the second quarter of 2014 was 0.4% of the total number of job vacancies in Latvia, which is the lowest indicator among all European Union (EU) countries that have provided information about their labor markets, the statistical office of the EU Eurostat reported on Tuesday.

Number of occupied posts in Latvia decreases just by 0.2% in H1

Number of occupied posts in Latvia decreases just by 0.2% in H1

16.09.2014

Data of Central Statistical Bureau show that at the end of the first half of 2014 there were 872.5 thsd occupied posts in the country, which is 2.2 thsd posts or 0.2% less than in the corresponding period of the previous year.

15.09.2014

Hourly labour costs in Latvia have grown by 51 cents in Q2

Data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that, compared to the 2nd quarter of 2013 hourly labour costs in the 2nd quarter of 2014 grew by 51 cents per hour or by 8.6%, reaching EUR 6.58.

13.09.2014

In August, unemployment rate in Latvia down to 8.4%

The registered unemployment rate has decreased in all regions and largest cities of Latvia at end-August 2014, reports LETA, according to the State Employment Agency's data.

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