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  1. Raffles Place crowd

    Local employment growth nearly doubled in 2017: Manpower Ministry

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    Unemployment rate at 3.1% as of June 2017; employment rate continues to increase

  3. workers Singapore file

    Overall jobless rate in Q3 nudges down to 2.1%: MOM

  4. People wait in line to enter a job fair in New York

    Commentary: Scepticism towards contract work hold workers back from finding their perfect job

    The contracting market is set for impressive growth, but old mindsets may be the biggest impediment to realising its potential, says Hays ...
  5. French employer's body MEDEF union leader Pierre Gattaz sits between MEDEF members Geoffroy Ro

    Labour reform to make or break Macron presidency, say bosses

    France's employers federation urged President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday to "go all out" in a reform of the labour market to be presented this ...
  6. UK Border control is seen in Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport in London

    UK must agree implementation period for EU migration curbs - Lords committee

    The British government should agree an implementation period for curbs to immigration from the European Union after Britain leaves the bloc to ...
  7. Humanoid robots work side by side with employees in the assembly line at a factory of Glory Ltd., a

    Commentary: The optimist's case for automation

    Automation holds considerable promise for reversing the slowdown in workforce growth in developed economies like Singapore. The conditions needed ...
  8. French President Emmanuel Macron hold his ballot before voting at a polling station in the second r

    With parliament in the bag, France's Macron faces union test

    French unions have lost many of their traditional allies in parliament after Sunday's parliamentary election result, but President Emmanuel Macron ...
  9. Molnar stands in front of his bar in Budapest

    Return lane opens in eastern Europe's one-way migration street

    After seven years of toiling in a foreign hotel kitchen hundreds of miles away, Zoltan Kiss is now putting his faith in Hungary's economic ...