Greek employment increased by 0.2% in 2014's first quarter, in comparison to last year's same timeframe, as reported by Eurostat today.
In its analysis, the EU statistical agency stated that eurozone employment expanded by 0.1% and by 0.2% in the EU, during January to March.
Employment decreased by 1.2% in Cyprus, it lessened by 0.3% in Portugal, it dropped 0.2% in Finland, it shrank by 0.1% in Italy and was unaltered in France. Employment increased in Holland by 0.1%, it enlarged by 0.1% in Belgium, it rose by 0.1% in Slovenia, and grew by 0.1% in Ireland.
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