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McDonald's aims to create 500 new jobs in Belgium by the end of 2017, the fast food chain announced on Wednesday. Three-quarters of those jobs will go to young people under the age of 25.
According to a survey of 70,000 refugees and asylum seekers who arrived in Belgium between 2000 and 2010, about a quarter of them found a job.
In the first three quarters of 2014, a record number of Belgians held a second job, as many as 197,000 compared with 184,000 in the entire year 2013, according to figures from the Federal Public Se
Belgium's labour minister, Kris Peeters, intends to sign an agreement in the new year with his counterparts from Luxembourg and the Netherlands, under which any one of the three countries will auto
With 25,306 employees in 2013, Bpost maintains its position as Belgium's largest employer, despite ending last year with 11,000 fewer domestic jobs than in 2012, according to Trends magazi
At Brussels Airport, about 500 vacancies remain unfilled, especially those requiring low-skilled technicians. The company calls for improved bus services to and from the airport.
Kris Peeters, the Belgian minister for work, economy and consumer affairs, met European Commissioner for work Marianne Thyssen earlier this week to discuss policy priorities for the coming years.
Ten percent of Belgian employees under the age of 30 are overqualified for their job, reports De Standaard.