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  1. The number of jobseekers stabilises

    The number of available resident jobseekers registered with ADEM stood at 17,971 as of October 31, 2020. Compared to September 2020, this represents an increase of 96 people (0.5%). Over one year, the number of jobseekers has increased by 2,935 people or 19.5%. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate calculated by STATEC stands at 6.3%, at the same level as the previous month.

  2. ADEM: Relocation of the Luxembourg City agency (03.11.2020)

    ADEM informs that its Luxembourg City agency, currently located at 10 rue Bender, L-1229 Luxembourg, will move to new modern premises that are better adapted to client needs. The new address of ADEM’s Luxembourg City agency will be, as from Tuesday, 3 November 2020: 13 A, rue de Bitbourg, L-1273 Luxembourg-Hamm.

  3. The number of jobseekers continues to decline

    The number of resident jobseekers registered with ADEM stood at 17,875 as of September 30, 2020. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate calculated by STATEC stands at 6.3%, compared to 7.0% in April 2020.

  4. Reimbursement of short-time working allowances - introduction of a compensation mechanism

    PrPress release by: Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy

    The Economic Committee, chaired by the Minister of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy, Dan Kersch, and the Minister of the Economy, Franz Fayot, reached an agreement on how to proceed with the reimbursement of short time working for the months of July to December 2020.

  5. The number of jobseekers continues to decline

    The number of resident jobseekers registered with ADEM stood at 18,525 as of August 31, 2020. Compared to July 2020, this represents a decrease of 1,232 people (-6.2%) and compared to April 2020 a decrease of 1,728 people (-8.5%). However, over one year, this represents an increase of 20.5%. The unemployment rate, adjusted for seasonal variations, calculated by STATEC, stands at 6.4%.