A 2017 study by the McKinsey Global Institute predicts that by 2030 as many as 800 million jobs will be lost to automation. But who will be the most affected and how can we prepare?
Croatia and the Czech Republic are the only EU countries where unemployment rates of people born outside of the bloc were not higher than those born within it, according to Eurostat data.
The Danish prime minister has announced proposals for a new island to be built by the harbour to also protect the city from rising sea levels
Explaining his decision on Facebook on Thursday, Solvik-Olsen said he had been “very lucky to have had the world's coolest job… Now it's her turn to be able to follow her dream.”
The Bundeswehr has sparked a backlash after unveiling posters comparing gaming to real-life conflict for a recruitment campaign.
A double-space engineering graduate and refugee known only as Mohammed is taking a unique approach to searching for a job after university
The popular Italian confectionary company says no prior experience is necessary for the role.
U.S. President Donald Trump's administration is considering tariffs of up to 25% on imported cars and parts. A report by the Peterson Institute for International Economics estimates tariffs would kill around 200,000 U.S. jobs over a one-to-three-year period
That's the aim of a new pilot project by the International Organisation of Migration called Skills2work. Its hoped it'll bridge the gap between the working population and aging community within the EU
Germany's Thyssenkrupp and India's Tata Steel signed a final agreement on Saturday to establish a steel joint venture. it is the European steel industry's biggest shake-up in more than a decade.
The government initiative, says once they've passed a test they will be refunded the cost of the exam from July
One study estimates the world of work is changing ten times faster than the first industrial revolution and with three thousand times the impact. So, what can we expect to see in coming years?
Third industrial revolution pundit and President of Foundation on Economic Trends (FOET), Jeremy Rifkin firmly believes technologies are never neutral and technological infrastructures through history have never been neutral. They always come at a price.
A new survey has found that the UK has become less attractive to international workers while British workers’ willingness to work abroad has significantly increased.
The electric car marker's looking to reduce costs and become profitable without endangering the critical production ramp-up for its Model 3 sedan
Inspire Africa brings you stories from Uganda and Morocco, where challenges and solutions have been transformed into enterprises, new modes of employment and innovations.
It would leave the group with just 28 shops in the UK. It's after mounting pressure facing the High Street
Euro area unemployment rate lowest since 2008 according to the latest figures from Eurostat
A trade union has said it is “appalled” after around 1,500 junior doctors in Britain lost job offers on Friday due to an administrative error in the recruitment process.
Hundreds of jobs have been created by the new multi-award winning financial model, designed to help entrepeneurs get their businesses off the ground.
WIth unemployment among young people a continuous problem across Europe, apprenticeships are becoming an increasingly important source of work and Denmark is leading the way.
Jobs are back in Europe but with 1 in 4 contracts now part time or on-demand, that's creating working conditions as unpredictable as the weather - so the EU wants to change the rules.
It's the funding pot you may never have heard of which aims to level the EU playing field by boosting development in specific regions, in both richer and poorer countries.
Decision clarifies rules about job protection.
U.S. jobs and wages make largest annual gain in more than eight and a half years.
Italian scientists are developing humanoid robots that can observe and learn from human behaviour. Those robots can then collaborate with humans across a range of sectors.