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Estonian minister: Europe must adapt to changes on labor market

Estonian minister: Europe must adapt to changes on labor market

14.07.2017

Europe must rapidly adapt to changes in the economy and the labor market, Estonia's Minister of Health and Labor Jevgeni Ossinovski said in his speech before the European Parliament's Committee on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL) in Brussels on July 13th, cites LETA/BNS.

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Biggest need for software developers, cooks, caretakers in Estonia

Biggest need for software developers, cooks, caretakers in Estonia

04.07.2017

In the next few years, the biggest need will be for software, web and multimedia developers in Estonia as well as cooks and caretakers, it can be seen from a fresh labor need barometer published by the Unemployment Insurance Fund on July 4th, 2017, reports LETA/BNS.

Lower personal income tax to apply to most employees in Latvia

Lower personal income tax to apply to most employees in Latvia

03.07.2017

After the tax reform, income of most employees in Latvia will be taxed at 20% which is a lower rate compared to the current 23% personal income tax, according to the information from the Finance Ministry, cites LETA.


7 EU countries report even higher joblessness than in Latvia

7 EU countries report even higher joblessness than in Latvia

03.07.2017

With 8.3% of the population out of work, Latvia reported the eighth highest unemployment in the European Union (EUR) in May 2017, Eurostat informed today, cites LETA.

About 800 medics refuse to work extended working hours in Latvia

About 800 medics refuse to work extended working hours in Latvia

03.07.2017

Demanding improvements for healthcare workers, approximately 800 medics in Latvia are refusing to work extended working hours from July 1, 2017 as a warning campaign informs LETA.


28.06.2017

Consumer confidence indicator remained unchanged in Lithuania

Statistics Lithuania informs that in June 2017 the consumer confidence indicator stood at minus 12; against May, it remained unchanged. More pessimistic expectations about changes in the household’s financial situation in the coming 12 months were counterbalanced by more optimistic expectations about changes in the country’s economic situation and making at least some savings in the coming 12 months.

20.06.2017

The number of job vacancies in Latvia keeps increasing

he data acquired by surveying enterprises and institutions and compiled by the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show thatat the end of the 1st quarter of 2017 there were 15.7 thousand job vacancies in the country, and the indicator has risen by 1.9 thousand or 13.6%, as compared to the 1st quarter of 2016, and by 1.3 thousand or 8.7%, compared to the end of 201

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