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JVS - Job Vacancy Statistics

  Data source

Eurostat

  Contact

DG-S/MOE/ECOS

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Eurostat started to collect quarterly frequency job vacancy data in 2003. The data are also included as part of the Principle European Economic Indicator (PEEI) data set. The series were, until 2009, collected on the basis of a “gentlemen's agreement” basis and, as such, were not fully harmonised or complete. From 2010 the reporting of quarterly data is under Regulation (EC) No 453/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2008 on quarterly statistics on Community job vacancies. Job vacancy statistics are compiled on the basis of data provided by the Member States. At the request of some countries, some national data are received but not published by Eurostat. These data are used only for the calculation of European aggregates but are available to the ESCB for strictly internal use only. A quarterly press release containing the data was first released with the publication of Q1 2014 results.

 
METHODOLOGICAL INFORMATION
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Quarterly

 
MISCELLANEOUS
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Job Vacancy Statistics
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Title Complement Euro area 19 (fixed composition) - Job vacancy rate,Industry, construction and services (except activities of households as employers and extra-territorial organisations and bodies);All enterprises/local units;Neither seasonally adjusted nor calendar adjusted data
Series Key JVS.Q.I8._Z.N.JVR.BTS._T._T
ECB Last update 2019-05-20 11:00:00.0
Reference area Euro area 19 (fixed composition) as of 1 January 2015 (I8)
Title Job vacancy rate
Decimals One (1)
Time period collection Average of observations through period (A)
Compiling organisation European Commission (including Eurostat) (4D0)
Publications Economic Bulletin: Tables in chapter 03
Statistics Bulletin: Table in chapter 05, section 03 (T0503)
Frequency Quarterly