Employment in Europe 2001: Autumn Update
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European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities
[Excerpt] The European Union faces difficult times. Even before the events of September 11, we foresaw challenges ahead for our economies, our employment, and our citizens. However, confidence remains firm – not least with the highly successful launch of the Euro currency. We need to build on that success, and on our recent substantial achievements – creating 10 million additional jobs over the past 4 years; bringing unemployment below 8 per cent; and pushing the employment rate above 63 per cent.
Europe; European union; growth; jobs; member states; economy; social partner; industry; employer; labour law; worker; globalization; Lisbon; labour market; industrial relations; employment; skills; productivity. international; tax; unemployment benefits; retirement