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What is the average salary on Malta?

Posted by | June 29, 2018 | Mobility

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The average salary on Malta is EUR 18,643 in 2018, according to the National Statistics Office – Malta. Annual average basic salaries differ among industries, the highest one was in the sector of Financial and Insurance activities, while the lowest is in the “elementary occupation” – EUR 12.922.

Malta is an emerging economy and salaries are rising continuously. Some professionals on Malta can earn impressive salaries, like for example UX/UI designers who earn more than EUR 36 K, or Project managers with an average wage of + 144 K euros.

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What is the minimum wage in Belgium?

Posted by | June 29, 2018 | Mobility

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Minimum wage in Belgium remains unchanged in the first quarter of 2018. The Belgium minimum wage saw some modest increase in 2016 and 2017 by 2%, however in the first half of the 2018 it stayed on the same level of EUR 1,562.59.

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What are the average salaries in France?

Posted by | February 6, 2018 | Mobility

France is developed economy with high salaries. Therefore if you plan to move to France because of the work, you are about to make a good decision – because average salaries in France are among highest in the EU. Actually, according to Eurostat, France is the seventh EU economy by the average salaries, just behind Germany and Belgium. Apart from the good salaries, France is also known for protection of rights of the employees, because most of them are members of unions, which fights strongly for their rights.

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What are the average Salaries in Poland ?

Posted by | January 8, 2018 | Mobility

Poland is one of the largest EU counties, an emerging economy and therefore average salaries in Poland may vary a lot, depending on the region or the industry where you work.

Polish economy is famous for farming, but the country is also hosting some of the most famous blue-chips companies, such as DELL for example.

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In APRIL 2017, National Statistics office has published that average salary in Poland is EUR 1053 (or 4,449 PLN in local currency). According to the published data biggest average salaries were in the IT sector (close to EUR 2000) while the smallest paycheck was given to administrative workers (close to EUR 800). As you can see, Poland is not immune to huge wage gaps and average salaries vary a lot.

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Italy has the second lowest percentage of university graduates in the European Union, as Eurostat statistics showed.

Just over one in four Italians (26.2 %) aged between 30 and 34 has completed a university degree, a figure only outdone in Romania, where it was 25.6 %.

Source: Urbino Project

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However, the figure for Italy had almost doubled since 2002, when it stood at 13.1 %.
Across the European Union as a whole, the %age of people with university-level education stood at 39.1 %, up from 23.6 % in 2002. Lithuania topped the table, with 58.7 %, followed by Luxembourg (54.6 %) and Cyprus (53.4 %).

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Amsterdam to host European Medicines Agency

Posted by | January 8, 2018 | News

Milan lost the bid to host the European Medicines Agency when it moves out of London, UK after Brexit.

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EU foreign ministers picked largest city in the Netherlands as the new home of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) with Milan, Italy the closest runner-up.

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Norwegians tend to be happy with their jobs

Posted by | December 6, 2017 | News

Around 94 percent of the workforce in Norway is satisfied with working conditions, as compared to 86 percent in the EU. This puts Norway at the top of the heap regarding job satisfaction. The other Nordic countries also score highly in this respect.

Most Norwegian employees think the organisation or firm they work in motivates them to do a good job.

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Goldman Sachs hires 250 employees in POLAND

Posted by | December 6, 2017 | News

Goldman Sachs is looking to hire about 250 staff in Poland in 2018 and Standard Chartered is also considering the country as a possible new hub for around 500 staff, the banks said on Tuesday.

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Poland, by far the largest country in the European Union’s eastern wing, has seen strong economic growth over the past decade and has proven attractive for international banks and other companies, partly due to its cheaper labor costs.

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BREXIT might bring 10 000 jobs to PARIS

Posted by | December 6, 2017 | News

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French capital is tempting firms from London in seeking to profit from the UK’s exit from the EU.

La Défense, Europe’s largest business district, happens to be in a building boom just as Paris itself races to construct new office buildings amid a massive extension of the public transport system. The business district is ready with hundreds of thousands of square meters of comparatively cheap office space for any company that might decide to relocate staff from London, particularly if Brexit means the loss of London’s “passporting rights”, which allow international financial firms access to EU markets.

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According to Austria’s employment service (AMS) long term unemployment rate in Austria has tripled in the past year.

At the end of November 2014, there were 16,447 people who have been out of work for more than 12 months.  Since then, the number has soared by 31,398 up to 47,845 at the end of 2015 In September 2017 the number of long term unemployed went to 57,233, which is a total increase of  348% since late 2014.

Overall employment statistics are also grim, with an increase since last month of 7.4 percent, meaning a total of 302,843 people out of work, according to a report in the.

If you add in the number of people in training — some 70,814 — the number increases to 6.1 percent.

In general the unemployment rate generally as a proportion of the working population stands at 9.2 %.

The chief of the Austrian unemployment service (AMS) explained that “a poor economic situation since 2012 has led to a consolidation of unemployment.”

Older Austrians are particularly affected, with a significant increase of 13.5 percent among those over 50 years of age, bringing the total to 97,318 ageing workers.

All major industries have been affected by the trend, including the tourism sector, which has seen a 4.6 percent increase in jobless.

The construction business was also affected, with a 3.8 percent increase.

There was little difference between the rates for men and women. Youth unemployment however decreased slightly, as employers are switching to less experienced people to save costs.

Source: TheLocal.AT