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Employment conditions of the EU
Studia Mundi - Economica
The case-study analyses the main economic conditions of the EU from points of view of emphasizing the employment, human resource management at EU-27 level. The different unemployment levels of EU member states stimulated the increasing gap between member states in GDP per capita, which was from 44% to 271% of the EU-27 average at the beginning of 2011. The unemployment rate of EU-27 increased from 6,7% in 2000 to 8,8% in 2010 based on the internal market conditions and influences of the worlddoi:10.18531/studia.mundi.2014.01.01.125-134 fatcat:monwvthf6nabzabzigqxdhav3a