The European Commission today published two reports analyzing the skills needed in Europe since there are 1.85 million unfilled vacancies throughout the EU. The European Vacancy Monitor and the European Job Mobility Bulletin aim to draw attention on existing vacancies in various fields in order to promote employment opportunities and boost growth.
The European Job Mobility Bulletin indicates that an increase in hiring in administration, teaching, business and health care, as well as engineering technicians and professionals was observed. In addition, according to the report, more sectors are recovering from the economic crisis. Moreover, good job opportunities are also available for finance and sales associate professionals, shop salespersons, housekeeping and restaurant services workers and modern health associate professionals.
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