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With the Council of Europe saying labour exploitation is on the rise, migrant rights activists say many countries across Europe need to crack down on
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.
The economy needs to create roughly 120,000 jobs per month to keep up with growth in the working-age population.
Would you travel for over 13 hours to apply for a job if you knew you'd be one of 2,000 candidates? That's what thousands of people do in Italy every month.
Workers who complained of safety violations were reported by police spies and prevented from getting another job in the construction industry, an investigation has uncovered.
The demise of the iconic store leaves tens of thousands of US staff facing unemployment
American retail giant, Toys'R'Us has announced store closures in the US over the coming months on top of those in the UK over the next six weeks. Other global locations are expected to follow suit.
Decision clarifies rules about job protection.
The UK jobless rate rises for the first time since 2016, but wages have risen.
At 42.3 hours, Greece has the longest working week, while the Netherlands has the shortest at 30.3 hours.
U.S. jobs and wages make largest annual gain in more than eight and a half years.
Latest figures from the EU's statistics agency show that the number of those out of work remained at 8.7% in December.
Britain's departure from the European Union has seen many firms look to Portugal do to business
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The figures are the lowest since January 2009, when the eurozone was reeling from a deep recession following the global financial crisis.
Despite an ageing population, increased immigration has seen a jobs boom in Germany with more people in work than ever before
The European Commission’s proposals for addressing the problem of joblessness are in many cases insufficient, say Alois Stöger and Nicolas Schmit
The new system will allow those entitled to benefits to directly collect cash at tills, rather than using distributors at job centres.
Dedicated worker falls foul of supermarket's unpaid overtime rule
He found work via a TV show and a former army leader, now he wants to help other immigrants do the same.