28/11/2021  ore 06:58   
   Chi siamo  |  Parlano di noi  |  
 HOME |  PRIMO PIANO |  Economia |  Convegni corsi |  Sport |  Eventi |  Promo
 
Annual Intra-EU Labour Mobility Report shows that mobility within the EU increased in 2019, though at a slower pace  

11/01/2021 | Economia |  Daily News 08 / 01 / 2021

Source: European Commission Spokesperson's Service  



The Commission published today the Annual Report on Intra-EU Labour Mobility - 2020. It identifies trends in free movement of workers and their family members, based on the latest available data (2019/2018). The report shows that mobility in the EU continued to grow in 2019, but at a slower pace compared to previous years. In 2019, 17.9 million Europeans lived in another EU country compared to 17.6 million in the previous year. The countries of destination for about half of working-age EU-movers (46%) were Germany and the UK, with a further 28% residing in France, Italy and Spain. Romania, Poland, Italy, Portugal and Bulgaria remained the top five countries of origin. The main sectors of activity of EU-movers in 2019 were manufacturing and wholesale and retail trade. The share of highly-skilled persons who move to another EU country increased over time: in 2019, one in three (34%) EU-28 movers was highly-skilled, compared to one in four in 2008. Looking at the age groups of EU-movers, the report shows that they are most likely to move at the beginning of their careers. Among those who strongly intend to move, 75% are below 35 years old. Return mobility is also very significant: for every three persons who leave, two return to their country of origin. Since this report refers to data from the reference period 2018-2019, mobility to and from the UK is included. Please consult the Annual Report on Intra-EU Labour Mobility – 2020 for more details. The main findings of the report as well as an overview infographic can be found in the accompanying Labour mobility at a glance paper.

« Indietro   
Tag clouds
2019 compared highly Italy Labour origin return their were years another Commission from Intra main persons skilled three countries move movers shows that 2020 Annual country million Mobility previous Report
Ultime news - tutte le categorie
Economia
  Super Green Pass, il Presidente di Unioncamere del Veneto Mario Pozza: condivisibili tutte le misure che tutelano il lavoro e l’economia. non vanno buttati via i sacrifici fatti in questi mesi difficili di pandemia
25 novembre 2021
Convegni e corsi
  25/11/2021 - Terzo workshop nazionale sul biotech e la ricerca pubblica - Unioncamere
24 novembre 2021
Sport
  Tra i 500 del Cross Csi di Sedico De Nard e Dal Ri
19 novembre 2021
Eventi
  Il volontariato entra nelle politiche del lavoro|23 Novembre 2021
24 novembre 2021
Promozione
  Morte di Ennio Doris, il cordoglio del Presidente di Unioncamere del Veneto Mario Pozza
25 novembre 2021