Frank-Jürgen Weise

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The labour market continues to develop positively.feedback
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Mar 01 2017 Unemployment
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May 28 2014

There was less of a spring recovery in May and because of the mild winter the labour market was already in good shape, therefore there was not so much of a pick up.feedback

Apr 01 2014 - Unemployment

Unemployment declined again in March. Employment and social security contributions are increasing. The demand for workers continues to rise and is at a high level.feedback

Oct 30 2013 - Unemployment

With this new data the tendency of the past months continues. The Labour market is, all in all, in fairly good shape, and we expect stable development also for the coming months.feedback

Mar 28 2013

The economic conditions of the last few months are having little impact on the German labour market, which remains solid.feedback

Oct 30 2012

The weaker economic situation is having a noticeable impact on the (German) labour market. However, the jobs market overall is proving robust and is in good shape.feedback

Aug 30 2012

We also have proof that, despite the economic situation Germany's economy is still growing and that is reflected in the job market, which is moving sideways.feedback

Feb 29 2012

The labour market in February, was robust despite the slowing economy at the end of 2011 and the start of 2012. The demand for workers has eased slightly but it remains at a high level.feedback

Sep 29 2011

The job market has continued to improve despite the international financial risks and irrespective of the turbulence in the stock markets.feedback

Aug 31 2011

The job market's generally good performance continued in August.feedback

Feb 01 2011 - Social security

Jobs paying into the social security system and overall employment increased considerably and the demand for workers continued to increase.feedback

Jan 04 2011 - German economy

A year has come to an end which showed quite a bit better development than we could have hoped for twelve months ago. The German economy recovered comparatively well from the biggest downturn in history.feedback

Mar 31 2010

We expect that, because of the various cushion effects like part-time work schemes or the cancellation of extra hours or shorter hours, the job situation might become worse – even if the overall economic situation improves.feedback

Jan 05 2010

The part-time work scheme has helped the labour market so far, but the money isn't there to keep that running for such a long time. So companies that can't make it financially will have to fire workers.feedback

Oct 29 2009

Behind the figures were clear reductions in manufacturing and in short-term contracts. Here, 350,000 jobs have been lost since last year. At the same time employment is growing in the health, social services and education sectors but these were mostly part-time jobs.feedback

Jun 30 2009

The consequences of the crisis on the labour market are still modest. In a way, they are absorbed by short-time work. In any events, the crisis concentrates mainly on some industries, for instance, export industries that suffer from the global slump in demand.feedback

Feb 26 2009 - Unemployment

Unemployment is up across the board and there was less demand for workers. Right now, the jobless totals are only being held in check by short-time working.feedback

Jan 04 2005 - Unemployment

The figures are still high given the lack of economic stimulus in Germany in the last year. The result of that is a jobless level that is essentially unchanged, it was high in 2003 and it was high again in 2004.feedback

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