In the second quarter, the vacancy rate in the eurozone and the European Union did not change compared to the first quarter. The indicator in the euro area was 2.1%, in the EU – 2.2%, Eurostat reported. In industry and construction of the euro area, the vacancy rate was 1.9%, in the EU - 2.1%. In the second quarter, the euro area's services sector recorded a vacancy rate of 2.4%, in the EU it was 2.5%. Czechia, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany showed the highest number of vacancies. At the same time in Greece, Bulgaria, Spain and Portugal, the value of the indicator was the smallest.
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