Procura emprego na UE? Conheça os melhores países

Alemanha, Bélgica e Reino Unido são os melhores países na União Europeia para procurar emprego, com taxas de empregos vagos acima de 2,3%.

Portugal figura entre os piores, entre a Letónia, Polónia e Espanha, onde a percentagem de empregos disponíveis situa-se abaixo dos 0,6%. A média de empregos vagos na União Europeia é de 1,6%.

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TAXA DE EMPREGOS VAGOS

Para toda a economia em %, no 2º trimestre de 2014.

[symple_skillbar title=”Alemanha – 2,8%” percentage=”72″ color=”#00589C” show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Bélgica – 2,4%” percentage=”76″ color=”#0C9400″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Reino Unido – 2,3%” percentage=”77″ color=”#0C9400″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Suécia – 1,8%” percentage=”82″ color=”#65C25C” show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Áustria – 1,6%” percentage=”84″ color=”#65C25C” show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Holanda – 1,4%” percentage=”86″ color=”#F78000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Hungria – 1,4%” percentage=”86″ color=”#F78000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Estónia – 1,4%” percentage=”86″ color=”#F78000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Finlândia – 1,3%” percentage=”87″ color=”#F78000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Rep. Checa – 1,2%” percentage=”88″ color=”#F78000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Chipre – 1,2%” percentage=”88″ color=”#F78000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Luxemburgo – 1%” percentage=”90″ color=”#F78000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Croácia – 1%” percentage=”90″ color=”#F78000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Eslováquia – 0,9%” percentage=”91″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Grécia – 0,9%” percentage=”91″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Roménia – 0,9%” percentage=”91″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Lituânia – 0,9%” percentage=”91″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Irlanda – 0,7%” percentage=”93″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Bulgária – 0,7%” percentage=”93″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Eslovénia – 0,7%” percentage=”93″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Espanha – 0,6%” percentage=”94″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Portugal – 0,6%” percentage=”94″ color=”#C51800″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Polónia – 0,5%” percentage=”95″ color=”#000000″ show_percent=”false”]
[symple_skillbar title=”Letónia – 0,4%” percentage=”96″ color=”#000000″ show_percent=”false”]

Fonte: Dinheiro Vivo / Eurostat

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