Malta, together with Estonia, registered the greatest increase in employment between April and June when compared with the previous three months.
Eurostat figures show that both Malta and Estonia had 1.3% increases in employment, followed by Poland with 1.2%, Cyprus with 1% and Luxembourg with 0.9%.
Least increases in the Second Quarter of the year were registered by Latvia, Portugal and Romania with 0.3% and Bulgaria 0.2%.
Throughout the Eurozone, in the same quarter, employment rose by 0.4%, while the increase in all EU Member Countries was that of 0.5%.
When compared to the same period last year the Eurozone had an increase of 1.5% and all the EU the increase was 1.4%.
In fact Malta registered the greatest increase in employment of 5.5% for the April-June period this year when compared to the same quarter last year.
Malta was followed by Cyprus with an increase of 4.3% and Ireland with an increase of 3.4%.