Germany’s booming job market is the result of prosperous growth in the gross domestic product seen by the country over the last eight consecutive years.
The jobless rate in the U.K. fell to just over four percent. This is the lowest it has been since 1975. Weekly earnings rose over two percent compared to last year and higher than last month’s increase.
Luxembourg ranked third in various categories, with 80 percent of workers satisfied with their jobs, according to a survey by SD Worx, a human resource services provider.
Airbus, the pan-European aerospace group, was named to be the best company at which to have an interview, with 94 percent of those interviewed, even those rejected for a position, saying the interview experience overall was positive.
The Spanish economy continues a three-year recovery that is leaving its peers behind. Household expenditures came close to doubling to 0.7 percent in three months with strong job creation, which grew to 0.9 percent, according to the National Statistics Office.
Businesses in the 19-nation area saw an increase in hiring at the most rapid speed in seventeen years to work through the stockpile of orders.
The data collected from a survey filled out by around 100 employment and recruitment agencies in Scotland show an increase in demand for temporary and permanent workers, caused by vacancies in the computing and IT sector.