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In August, actual unemployment rate constituted 8.6% in Latvia

In August, actual unemployment rate constituted 8.6% in Latvia

23.09.2020

Data of the Labour Force Survey (LFS) conducted by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show thatin August 2020 actual unemployment rate comprised 8.6 %, which is 0.3 percentage points more than in July. Unemployment rate registered by the State Employment Agency (SEA) accounted for 8.2 %, and, compared to July, it has not changed.

Keyword tags: Analytics, Covid-19, Employment, Labour-market, Latvia, Markets and Companies



Lithuanian, Belgian labor inspectors inspect company in EU4FairWork campaign

Lithuanian, Belgian labor inspectors inspect company in EU4FairWork campaign

21.09.2020

Lithuanian and Belgian labor inspectors inspected the same company in their countries at the same time as part of the #EU4FairWork Week of Action that kicked off this week, writes LETA/BNS.

Unemployment rate down to 8% in Latvia in mid-September

Unemployment rate down to 8% in Latvia in mid-September

21.09.2020

By the middle of September, unemployment rate in Latvia has declined to 8%, said State Employment Agency director Evita Simsone in an interview with the Latvian public television today, cites LETA.


Peter Bosek to take over as Luminor Bank CEO on January 1 next year

Peter Bosek to take over as Luminor Bank CEO on January 1 next year

18.09.2020

Peter Bosek will take over as Luminor Bank chief executive on January 1 next year, the bank told BC.

In Q2, number of job vacancies in Latvia dropped by a third

In Q2, number of job vacancies in Latvia dropped by a third

18.09.2020

Data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that at the end of the 2nd quarter of 2020 there were 20.0 thousand job vacancies in Latvia, which is 10.4 thousand vacancies or 34.2 % less than in the 2nd quarter of 2019. In public sector there were 8.1 thousand and in private sector 11.9 thousand job vacancies. Over the year, the number of job vacancies in private sector fell by 10.0 thousand or 45.7 %, while in public sector – by 0.4 thousand or 4.7 %.


17.09.2020

Labour costs in Latvia rose by 6.2% in Q2 2020

Seasonally and calendar non-adjusted data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that, compared to the 2nd quarter of 2019, in the 2nd quarter of 2020 hourly labour costs increased by 6.2% or 60 cents, reaching EUR 10.27. Seasonally adjusted data comprised 4.0%.

14.09.2020

Number of people employed in civil service in Estonia up 0.2% on year in 2019

Last year, 27,628 civil servants worked in state and local government agencies in Estonia, which was 0.2% more than in 2018, reported LETA/BNS.

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