Jueves, 09 Julio 2009 10:40

Políticas de empleo 2007

Labour market policies (LMP) – expenditure and participants 2007. Data in focus. Population and social conditions 23/2009 Eurostat's labour market policy (LMP) statistics provide information on labour market interventions, which are government actions to help and support the unemployed and other disadvantaged groups in the transition from unemployment or inactivity to work. This Data in focus presents main results for 2007, both for public expenditure on LMP and participants in LMP interventions.  [+]
Viernes, 21 Agosto 2009 12:01

Salud y seguridad en el trabajo 2007

8.6% of workers in the EU experienced work-related health problems. Statistics in focus. Population and social conditions 63/2009. Results from the Labour Force Survey 2007 ad hoc module on accidents at work and work-related health problems. The promotion of health and safety at work, and the promotion of more and better jobs are important goals in the European Union. To achieve these goals, assessment and monitoring is necessary. This issue presents an overview of the first results of the European Union Labour Force Survey (LFS) 2007 ad hoc module on accidents at work, work-related health problems and exposure to risk factors. Almost 7 million workers had an accident at work and around 20 million persons experienced a work related health problem in the 12 months preceding the interview. The statistical data refer to the workers aged 15 - 64 years in the EU-27.  [+]
Viernes, 07 Agosto 2009 11:52

Empleo sector servicios

Economic downturn in the EU: the impact on employment in the business economy. Statistics in focus. Industry, trade and services 60/2009. A recession is often defined as two successive negative quarter on quarter changes in constant price GDP. Eurostat’s Statistics in Focus on ‘Recession in the EU-27: output measures’ (issue 17/2009) showed that there were successive declines in the EU-27’s GDP in the third and fourth quarters of 2008, and since then a further and stronger rate of decline was recorded for the first quarter of 2009. Along with GDP and inflation, employment also provides a direct indication of the overall level of economic activity. This publication uses short-term indicators to look at the impact of this new recession on trends in EU-27 employment within economic activities.  [+]
Miércoles, 05 Agosto 2009 11:50

Informe mercado laboral 2008

European Union Labour Force Survey-Annual results 2008. Data in focus. Population and social conditions 33/2009. This publication presents annual averages of the main results of the EU Labour Force Survey for the EU-27 and for all Member States. Indicators presented in this publication are: employment rates, part-time employment as share of total employment, number of employed people broken down by economic activity and by occupation of the main job, average of hours usually worked by week, percentage of employees with limited duration contract, percentage of unemployed for one year and more, and youth unemployment ratio.  [+]
Jueves, 30 Julio 2009 11:32

Salarios mínimos 2009

Minimum Wages in January 2009.
Data in focus. Population and social conditions 29/2009.
In January 2009, 20 of the 27 Member States of the EU (Belgium, Bulgaria, Spain, Estonia, Greece, France, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic and the United Kingdom), one candidate country (Turkey) and the United States had national legislation setting statutory minimum wages. The minimum wages varied widely, from 123 EUR per month in Bulgaria to 1 642 EUR per month in Luxembourg. When adjusted to take into account differences in purchasing power, the disparities between the Member States are reduced from a range of one to thirteen (in euro), to a range of one to six (in Purchasing Power Standard - PPS) with Luxembourg (1 413 PPS per month) the highest and Bulgaria (240 PPS per month) the lowest.  [+]
An average of just over 822 000 people were benefitting from direct job creation measures. Statistics in focus. Population and social conditions 76/2009. In 2007, direct job creation measures accounted for 14.6% of EU expenditure on 'active' labour market policy (LMP) measures or 4.1% of total LMP expenditure, though there is considerable variation between countries. In most countries direct job creation measures are declining in importance compared to other types of LMP measure. During 2007 there was an average of just over 822 000 people benefitting from direct job creation measures at any point during the year. That represents 7.1% of the 11.5 million persons participating in all types of LMP measure, though as with expenditure the share varies significantly between countries. The average cost of direct job creation measures across the EU is over 10 000 euro per person-year, which is more than double the cost for all types of LMP measure. The statistics shown are based on Eurostat's LMP database which collects information on labour market interventions.  [+]
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