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Belgian employers find it increasingly difficult to expand their workforce.
The rapid growth of the renewable energy sector in Belgium is directly responsible for the creation of more than 10,000 jobs annually through 2020, according to a study by Ernst & Young, commis
About one-fifth of the population of Brussels is made up of unemployed job-seekers.
Half of the Belgian working population is not satisfied with its current salary, according to an online survey of 30,143 Belgians by Jobat.be.
Nearly 35,000 Belgians leave their country each year to live abroad, reports Jobat.be. Mostly engineers, entrepreneurs and people working in the tourism sector emigrate for their work.
Residents of Belgium with a diploma from another country now have one place they can go to find information on getting it recognised.
With €820 per month, Julie Declerck, 24, from Bruges can afford a job she loves.
What do you for a living?
If Belgium strictly adheres to the budget trajectory that the European Union is demanding, some 47,000 jobs will go by the wayside by 2017, according to estimates by the Federal Planning Bureau, re
The share of high- and low-paid jobs in the Belgian labour market is growing, resulting in a slowly shrinking middle class, reports De Standaard based on research published in the journal