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“Living and working in Europe”

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The first part of the report “Living and Working in Europe 2015-2018” that Eurofound has just published deals with living conditions, the second part with the employment and working conditions of EU citizens over the last four years of the outgoing European Parliament and Commission.

This was a time of economic expansion, employment growth and rising living standards. There have been challenges as well as opportunities, such as those offered by digitization. During this period, Eurofound answered some key questions about the standard of living, well-being and working conditions of Europeans, highlighting areas where policy making needs to focus to be effective.

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