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Malta with highest job increases among EU countries

Over the last three months of 2017 Malta registered the highest increase in jobs among the 28 European Union countries. Eurostat figures show that whilst jobs in European Union countries increased on average by 0.2%, the increase for Malta was 1.8%.

The Office for European Statistics stated that after Malta’s top placing, the next highest increase was registered in Estonia, Finland and Luxembourg. At the other end of the scale Poland, Greece and Lithuania registered a drop in employment.

 

 

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