job market

Hudson's Bay store in Amsterdam
Sep 20 '19 08:42

Just two years after opening its first Dutch store in Amsterdam, Hudson's Bay announced that it is leaving the Netherlands. The Canadian department store chain will close its 15 Dutch branches, where around 1,400 people work, by the end ot this year, NOS reports.

Pearlstudents
Dec 15 '16 10:45

Children of non-Western immigrants are performing better in school and more often make it through college or university. But this progress is not yet reflected in an improvement in their position on the labor market, according to a report social and cultural planning office SCP published on Thursday. 

Aug 31 '15 11:32

The economic situation in the Netherlands looked slightly better in August 2015 than in July, according to Statistics Netherlands' Business Cycle Tracer. Almost all indicators on the Tracer performed better in August than their long-term trends.

Aug 28 '15 09:10

Despite the recovering labor market, the number of people on welfare increased by 4 percent over the first two quarters of this year.

Jul 13 '15 15:10

Young people that graduated from a university or college find it somewhat easier to find a job than in previous years. People who completed a vocational course, however, are still having a hard time.

Jun 3 '15 15:42

The number of jobs filled in the Netherlands will increase for the first time in three years in 2015, according to benefits agency UWV. It is a sign the economic recovery is beginning to take hold in the workforce, which will develop even further next year when growth in the labor market should increase further, UWV says.

Lodewijk_Asscher_Senate_of_Poland
Mar 23 '15 08:33

Compared to the rest of Europe, the Netherlands has one of the worst job markets for people who do not have two Dutch parents, the Volkskrant reports based on figures from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and Eurostat.

Teacher
Jan 30 '15 16:34

A new list from career placement firm Randstad called "The Hottest Jobs in 2015" aims to give job seekers a new perspective on what the current needs are in the Netherlands.

3-Tastenmaus_Microsoft
Jan 19 '15 13:23

IT companies threaten to leave the Netherlands because it is too difficult to get qualified staff. Unit4 closed a number of branches in the Netherlands for that reason, with 300 lost jobs as the result, De Telegraaf reports.

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