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Fewer jobs endangered by mass layoffs

THE NUMBER of jobs threatened by mass layoffs has decreased. In the 19th week of the year, 15,406 jobs were threatened, down 279 job positions from the earlier week. Of the overall number of 47,658 jobs reported endangered, 32,252 employees have actually been laid off since the beginning of last year, the SITA newswire reported.

THE NUMBER of jobs threatened by mass layoffs has decreased. In the 19th week of the year, 15,406 jobs were threatened, down 279 job positions from the earlier week. Of the overall number of 47,658 jobs reported endangered, 32,252 employees have actually been laid off since the beginning of last year, the SITA newswire reported.

Slovakia’s labour offices reported 7,083 available jobs in the 19th week, an increase of 213 from the previous week. As in previous weeks, Bratislava Region offered the best opportunities to find a job, with 1,645 available positions; Košice Region reported the lowest number of available jobs, 452.


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