The latest labor market updates across Europe and North America
Here are a selection of the latest insights, for country-specific insights follow the flag links at the bottom of the page:
15 June – market recovery on the horizon?
- Following a sustained low period through April and the first half of May, we’re starting to see an increase in job postings across all tracked markets.
- Austria, Canada and Germany lead in terms of relative job postings around the 80% mark. They are followed closely by Belgium, The Netherlands and France around the 70% mark. The United States and Spain follow around the 55% mark, while the United Kingdom lags behind at the 32% mark.
- After falling to just 22% of job postings (compared to postings at the beginning of the year) the UK has seen a significant week-on-week increase to 32%. Despite this it remains far behind all other tracked markets which all have job posting levels above 50%.
- Austria has seen the highest level of recovery, spiking to 94% of job postings in the week of 25 May (compared to postings at the beginning of the year), before settling at 85% in the week of 1 June.
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