Twentieth Edition of the Employment in Europe Annual Report

The Commission will present its annual Employment in Europe report, with a particular focus this year on mobility. The Employment in Europe report 2008, as in previous years, addresses topics that are high on the European Union's employment policy agenda. It will give a comprehensive overview of the employment situation in the EU, as well as an analysis of key labour market issues, including immigration, post-enlargement intra-EU labour mobility, quality of work and the link between education and employment.

The Background

The Employment in Europe Report has been produced annually since 1989. It is the main tool for the analysis of employment performance and labour market developments in the European Union, the Acceding and the Candidate Countries. It provides the basic analytical and statistical background to underpin the Joint Employment Report as well as other instruments key to the European Employment Strategy which helps European Union countries to create more and better jobs. Objectives, priorities and targets are agreed at EU level. Governments then coordinate their efforts to promote employment.

Sources

Former Employment in Europe Reports

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