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  • Little movement on the Swiss job market

    In autumn 2016 job availability across Switzerland remains on the level of the previous quarter. After adjustment for seasonal effects, there is a minimal increase in the number of vacancies. This is shown by the Adecco Swiss Job Market Index, a regular survey conducted by the University of Zurich. There are, however, substantial differences between the regions.

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  • Swiss job market remains stable

    In the summer of 2016, the Swiss job market remains unchanged – in the second quarter of the year the demand for staff remains at the level of the previous quarter. This is shown by the Adecco Swiss Job Market Index, a regular survey conducted by the University of Zurich.

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  • A lively start to the year on the Swiss job market

    As the year begins, there are signs of a positive turnaround on the Swiss job market. After a long phase of declining job availability, a distinct upturn appears in the first quarter of 2016; even after adjustment for seasonal effects, the number of available jobs is increasing. This is shown by the Adecco Swiss Job Market Index, a regular survey conducted by the University of Zurich.

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  • Demand for staff only falls slightly as the year ends

    At the end of the year the decline in demand for staff on the Swiss job market slowed down slightly. The fourth quarter of 2015 shows only a small decrease in job availability, and after adjustment for seasonal effects, availability remains stable. This is shown by the Adecco Swiss Job Market Index, a regular survey conducted by the University of Zurich.

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