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GKI: employment stagnated in September

Compared to August, employment did not change in September, according to a representative population survey of GKI Economic Research Ltd. involving 1,000 people. In August, the average monthly headcount –...

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GKI: half of the teleworkers workked for a company based in Budapest or Pest County in September

In September, GKI Zrt. conducted a survey of the domestic employment situation among Hungarian enterprises. The questions were answered by 820 companies, the survey did not cover large multinationals. Compared...

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The labor market split into two: for some jobs oversubscription is up to 200 times

The Hungarian labor market seems to be splitting in two: over-application for certain positions can be as much as 200 times, while there is still a large shortage of IT...

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The domestic labor market may start to expand slowly by the end of the year

Domestic employers plan to expand their current workforce by an average of 2 percent in the last quarter of this year, according to ManpowerGroup’s latest Labor Market Forecast. Based on...

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The second wave of the pandemic could be a real test of strength in the labor market

Mankind would give anything to avoid the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, but it would no longer be unprepared for companies – tozsdeforum.hu wrote. Measures taken to curb the...

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KSH: more than 4.5 million people were working again in August

According to a preliminary estimate, 4,114,000 people worked in August, so for the first time this year, more than 4.5 million people worked again – the Central Statistical Office (KSH)...

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Covid shame: hidden disease poses a new challenge to employers

Three times more people are looking for sickness, quarantine and coronavirus word connections in Hungary now than in the middle of summer. In other words, as the number of official...

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Employment in GKI may have stagnated in August

In August, GKI Zrt. conducted a representative population survey of 1,000 people in order to find out the employment situation in Hungary. (Of the 1,000 respondents, 679 were employed.) At...

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Changes in the labor market. Who knows what and how much he asks for

While summers have been a cucumber season for job seekers in recent years, the “white-collar” job search has remained explicitly active this year even after the quarantine has been lifted....

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KSH: 79,000 less workers than a year ago

In the three-month period of May-July, the average number of employees was 4,439,000, 1.7 percent lower than a year earlier, which is a decrease of 79,000 in one year. The...

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