Updates 2019-05-29T14:08:24+00:00

Increase of the european job market

In April 2019 index Advertsdata could analyse 1,240,810 job offers* in the job markets of the newspapers and job boards in 9 European countries. This is an decrease of 3,1 % compared to April 2018.

*multiple postings in several sources possible

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Austria
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Switzerland
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France
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Luxembourg
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Sweden
index Anzeigendaten Demo Account

Development of the european jobmarket

index Advertsdata evaluated 496 print and online media in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, Denmark, Sweden and Norway from the last 13 months.

About 18 million job advertisements were posted from February 2018 till February 2019 in these media.
The annual high with about 1,524,823 job positions was in October followed by July 1,470,979.

The fewest employees were wanted in december. Only 1,240,400 jobs were offered during this period.
Despite the decline of job offers in a few months the overall demand is stable.

Job offers in Europe

Job Opportunities for Young Professionals

index Advertsdata analysed 3.4 million job adverts in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, Denmark, Sweden and Norway in April 2019.

The average proportion of job ads for young professionals of all ten countries is 1.6 %.
Luxembourg has the largest share of jobs for career starters (4.6 %) followed by the Netherlands and Austria with 3.4 %.

In Belgium, Sweden and Switzerland the chances of finding a job for young professionals is also promising (2.0 %). The percentage of job ads for people at the beginning of their working lives in Germany (1.6 %) is exact at the average level.
There was a relatively small supply of jobs for young professionals in Norway (0.7%) and France (0.5%).

Development of the european jobmarket
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