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Labour Force

EU Labour Force

Tracks changes in the employment rate on a quarterly basis. Rising employment is a positive indicator that forecasts a probable increase in consumer spending. Also, workers who feel their positions being not threatened may increase their spending to reduce savings. For these reasons, employment levels are viewed as an important economic indicator.

Date Value Previous Change
Q2 2014 145,596.46 145,227.87 +0.25 %
Q1 2014 145,227.87 145,118.18 +0.08 %
Q4 2013 145,118.18 144,921.66 +0.14 %
Q3 2013 144,921.66 144,895.20 +0.02 %
Q2 2013 144,895.20 145,034.51 -0.10 %
Q1 2013 145,034.51 145,669.46 -0.44 %
Q4 2012 145,669.46 146,092.91 -0.29 %
Q3 2012 146,092.91 146,378.90 -0.20 %
Q2 2012 146,378.90 146,655.92 -0.19 %
Q1 2012 146,655.92 146,815.34 -0.11 %
Date Value Previous  
Q2 2014 0.25 0.08  
Q1 2014 0.08 0.14  
Q4 2013 0.14 0.02  
Q3 2013 0.02 -0.10  
Q2 2013 -0.10 -0.44  
Q1 2013 -0.44 -0.29  
Q4 2012 -0.29 -0.20  
Q3 2012 -0.20 -0.19  
Q2 2012 -0.19 -0.11  
Q1 2012 -0.11 -0.20  
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