Lowest Number Of Part-Time Workers In Bulgaria

Bulgaria had the lowest proportion in the European Union of part-time workers, at just two per cent, according to figures released on August 13 by EU statistics agency Eurostat.

In the EU, the possibility of finding a permanent job decreased slightly between 2002 and 2017, as the share of temporary employees in the bloc increased from 11 per cent in 2002 to 13 per cent in 2017, Eurostat said

The proportion of women in temporary employment in the EU in 2017 (14 per cent) was almost the same as the proportion of men (13 per cent).

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