Dutch Economy Chart Book: Maintaining growth momentum
Employment growth in The Netherlands has maintained its high pace in recent quarters. The number of people employed is now much higher than it was when the crisis hit the economy. In terms of total hours worked, the labour market has bounced up even stronger. Temporary job agencies have been the largest contributor to the increase in jobs. Nevertheless, also the number of fixed contracts finally started to grow with considerable numbers in 2017 Q3.
|Year of publication||Jan, 2018|
|Publisher||ING Bank N.V., Amsterdam|
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