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01 EU Labour
market trends
02 EU member
state labour
trends
03 most heavily
impacted sectors
04 reasons
for announced
job losses
05 european
labour market
outlook
06 major
job layoffs
announced
in europe
07 major
job creations
announced
in europe
about this
report
➔ Cuts to government
spending saw Italy record the
largest number of job losses
in the quarter – a total of
31,340 positions lost, largely
as a result of the 24,000 jobs
axed from the public sector.
In Germany, there were 16,297
jobs lost, including 2,400 at
energy provider RWE, 2,000 at
retail chain Karstadt, and 2,000
as a result of the bankruptcy
of shipbuilder P&S Werften.
02eu member
state
labour
trends
6 | Employment RestructurinG report | European union edition Q4 2012
new positions, largely assisted
by 2,000 new jobs at Amazon.
In Romania, there were
5,700 job creations, with
Sumitomo Electric Wiring
Systems establishing a
new production facility and
1,500 new positions.
France saw a total of 4,700
jobs created, boosted
by the French Ministry of
Labour announcing 2,000
new positions for one of its
public employment service
providers. Also in France,
IT firm Ausy announced the
creation of 1,200 positions.
The single largest case of
job creation in the quarter
was from German cruise
line Aida, which will create
3,000 jobs by 2016.
In France, a total of 12,884
jobs were lost, with a
major factor being 8,000
job cuts at car maker
PSA Peugeot-Citroën.
Poland also suffered significant
weakness in its labour
market, with 8,420 jobs
being lost in the quarter.
The country with the largest
case of job creation was the
United Kingdom, with 7,200

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