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Weak US jobs numbers mean interest rate rise still some way off
US employers created the fewest number of jobs in more than five years in May, just 38,000, making it difficult for the Federal Reserve to justify raising interest rates in the near future.
Spanish unemployment falls below 4 million as tourist influx boosts hiring
Spain just saw its biggest fall in unemployment ever recorded in the month of May with the total dipping below four million for the first time in six years.
Mainland France unemployment dips below 10%
The unemployment rate in mainland France has edged below 10 percent for the first time since early 2014 offering some evidence that the labour market may be turning a corner.
US jobs gains hit seven month low in April
The US economy added the fewest number of jobs in seven months in April but it's not clear what effect that will have on the Federal Reserve's rate hike plans this year.
Services and construction jobs reduce Spanish unemployment total for April
Seasonal factors meant the number of people registered as unemployed in Spain fell in April by 83,599, but remains above four million where it has been for since 2010.
Surprise fall in French jobless total, but underlying trend still grim
The number of people claiming unemployment benefit dropped by 60,000 in March, but much of the decline came from people not updating their job-seeking status so they were not counted.
British retailer BHS goes into administration, 11,000 jobs could be lost
British department stores group BHS has collapsed into administration on Monday putting 11,000 jobs at risk with questions being asked who is to blame.
Intel to cut 12,000 jobs as it refocuses away from PCs
Intel says it is going to axe up to 12,000 jobs worldwide as it moves into new businesses due to fewer orders from the declining personal computer industry.
Unemployment rate down in euro area
Figures just out show February’s unemployment rate in the euro area stood at 10.3 percent. That is down 0.1 percent on the previous month and is the
US shrugs off slowing global economic growth with solid March jobs numbers
US employers added 215,000 jobs and wages picked up in March. The jobless rate rose to 5.0 percent as more Americans returned to the labour market.
Boeing to cut 4,500 jobs to reduce costs
US planemaker Boeing is to cut about 4,500 jobs by voluntary redundancies and leaving positions unfilled as it seeks further cut reductions in the face of fierce sales competition from Airbus.
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Romain Corraze, really, really wanted to get a job with Californian camera-maker GoPro. So the 30-year old Frenchman quit his job in Lyon and headed
Police and students face off in France
Young people say plans to reform employment law will hit them the hardest
Schools blockaded in France as tensions rise over labour reforms
The government is in the middle of fierce debate with unions over plans to overhaul rules about working conditions and hours
The Arab women in Cairo leading the push for workplace equality
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RWE 'to cut 2,500 jobs at its struggling British subsidiary npower'
German utility RWE reportedly plans to cut about 2,500 jobs at its struggling British subsidiary npower amid customer losses, billing issues and tougher competition.
US hiring surges in February, bolsters interest rate hike prospects
US employers added 242,000 more workers last month. The Federal Reserve could see that job market strength as justification for resuming interest rates hikes this year.
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China reportedly plans to lay off millions more workers at so-called 'zombie' companies to cut industrial overcapacity and pollution, according to sources close to the Beijing leadership.