Europe's Workforce

Tensions between the poor and the rich
In regards to economic power, cost of labour, purchasing power and social security, Europe continues to see a shocking disparity between countries. Also those fearful of globalization and a change of the work market in the continent's more affluent countries makes way for mass unsettlement which fuels Euro-critical populists. The European Union wants to strive for social justice, good employment and educational opportunities and to position itself as a benchmark for social standards. But will this be enough to unite the continent and take the wind out of the sails of the EU’s opponents? 
ARCHIVE - 07.08.2014, Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart: A construction worker works on a construction site on a cement tank. (to dpa: "Construction boom: Baden-Württemberg must trash waste in other countries" from 30.01.2018) Photo: Sebastian Kahnert / dpa +++ (c) dpa - Bildfunk +++
ARCHIVE - 07.08.2014, Baden-Württemberg […]

Eurozone unemployment falls further

Europe's economic recovery is rolling ahead, driving down unemployment to the lowest in nearly a decade.
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