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Unsanitory housing, risks of poverty or social exclusion – young Europeans are more exposed to them than their elders, though the degree varies between countries.
The European Union has achieved 72.2 percent employment rate as a part of the Europe 2020 strategy, which targets 75 percent employment for the EU.
A trend towards polarisation of employment is clearly visible on the Old Continent.
The International Labour Organization brings together governments, employers and workers of 187 member States.
The Central European country’s jobs vacancy rate is nearly the double than the EU average
The evolution of the social structure in 15 European countries reveals the key role that public policies play in deepening the divide between high- and low-skilled jobs, according to sociologist Camille Peugny.
The unemployment rate among women was 4.8 percent in Belgium in December, compared to 5.9 percent in June.
The unemployment rate was 6.8 percent in Finland in December, compared to 7.5 percent in June.
The unemployment rate was 14.3 percent in Spain in December, compared to 16.5 percent in December 2017.
The unemployment rate was 9.1 percent in France in December 2018, compared to 9.1 percent in December 2017. In the same period, the unemployment in the European Union has decreased from 7.2 percent to 6.6 percent.