Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Yearbook on Living and Working in Europe

More jobs were lost than created across Europe in 2011, and although company restructuring, job losses and site closures caused significant industrial action, many countries still experienced little or no strike activity. The recession and its aftermath were particularly severe on young workers, who found that education no longer offers protection against unemployment. Eurofound’s second annual yearbook on Living and working in Europe 2011 (PDF 84pp) highlights key trends in Europe’s development, crucial for understanding the changing challenges it is encountering.

The yearbook highlights the content of Eurofound’s findings while the related Annual activity report of the authorising officer 2011 (PDF 70pp) covers the formal reporting on operations, staff and budget matters.

More information on Eurofound activities

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