The unemployment rate in the first quarter down 0.1 point to 8.7% on May 16, 2019.

Unemployment Rate at its Lowest Level Since 2009

Unemployment fell in the first quarter to 8.7% of the labour force, according to preliminary figures from INSEE published Thursday 16th May, 2019. The unemployment rate is down 0.1 point to 8.7% of the workforce in France (excluding Mayotte) in the fourth quarter of 2018, its lowest level since early 2009 , according to provisional figures from INSEE published Thursday, […]

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Germany unemployment rate lowest since reunification

Germany: The Lowest Unemployment Rate Since Reunification

WUNDERBAR: Less than 5% of Germans are looking for a job The unemployment rate in Germany fell in March to 4.9%, its lowest level since the reunification of the country in 1990, according to figures released Friday by the Employment Agency. In raw data, less representative of a basic trend but which serve as a reference in the public debate, the […]

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The French pay an average of 215.10 euros in bank fees per year.

Bank Charges Down, A First for Three Years

According to a study by the Panorabank bank comparator, bank charges fees fell by 1% in 2019 compared to last year. Here is good news for our wallet: after three years of increase, bank charges show a slight decrease of 1% in 2019 , according to the results of the study conducted by the comparator Panorabank banks reported by RTL . […]

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Ricard Pastis risks no being in Supermarkes

Leclerc: Ricard’s Pastis Risks Disappearing from the Shelves of Hypermarkets

The products of the Pernod-Ricard group, including pastis, could disappear from the E.Leclerc hypermarkets because of a commercial dispute. Explanations. After Coca-Cola, Ricard products? In conflict with the Pernod-Ricard group, the E.Leclerc hypermarket group is preparing to withdraw all ranges from the spirits operator, reveals the blog Rayon Boissons . Some thirty references, including pastis Ricard, but also Aberlour and Ballantine’s whiskeys or liqueurs Malibu and Suze , are […]

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The number of unemployed fell significantly in the fourth quarter of 2018

Unemployment: The Number of Unemployed Down Sharply by 1.1% at the End of 2018

The number of unemployed stood at 3,676 million people in the whole of France in the fourth half of 2018, its lowest level since mid-2014. The number of unemployed decreased significantly in the fourth quarter of 2018 with 42,000 fewer people (-1.1%) enrolled in Pôle emploi, to reach 3,676 million people in France, its lowest level since the mid-1980s. 2014, according to figures […]

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Prime Minister Édouard Philippe at an interministerial meeting on Brexit on January 17, 2019 in Matignon .. (© AFP / JACQUES DEMARTHON: Prime Minister Édouard Philippe at an interministerial meeting on Brexit

France Launches “Plan Linked to a Brexit Without Agreement”, Announces Edouard Philippe

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has announced a plan to protect the French and the companies from a “Hard Brexit” of the United Kingdom from the European Union. Prime Minister Philippe announced Thursday the launch of a “plan linked to a Brexit without agreement ” to deal with the possibility “less and less unlikely” of a brutal exit or hard Brexit […]

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Parc Astérix is ​​recruiting 1,000 people as of March 2019.

Parc Astérix is ​​Recruiting 1,000 People

In anticipation of its reopening in April 2019, Parc Astérix is ​​recruiting 1,000 people, particularly for the opening of its second hotel, the Cité Suspendue. The Parc Astérix , which celebrates its 30 th anniversary, opens a new recruitment session in the business of hospitality and catering , to address the opening of its second hotel, the Cité Suspendue (the Hanging City) and its […]

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LISTEN Share FACEBOOK TWITTER MESSENGER LINKEDIN E-MAIL Search In the midst of the yellow vests crisis, Michel-Edouard Leclerc spoke at the microphone of BFMTV on the issue of wages in France

Yellow Vests: Michel-Edouard Leclerc Believes that “Work Does Not Pay Enough in France”

In the midst of the yellow vests crisis, Michel-Edouard Leclerc spoke at the microphone of BFMTV on the issue of wages in France. Believing that “work does not pay enough in France”, he assured that the vast majority of his employees will receive bonuses The CEO of the group E.Leclerc was the guest, Thursday 10th January, direct Jean-Jacques […]

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The Caf has seen an increase in requests for the Prime d'activité

Prime d’Activité: CAF Notice an Increasing Number of Requests

ECONOMY: The government hopes to “reach 100% of the people” who can benefit from the expanded Prime d’activité from 2019 … The requests do not stop pouring in. The expansion of the conditions of access to the prime d’activité, decided in December to respond to the anger of the “yellow vests”, has resulted in an influx […]

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