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News

  1. The unemployment rate remains stable at 6.3%

    The number of available resident jobseekers registered with ADEM stood at 19,476 as of February 28, 2021. Compared to January 2021, this represents a decrease of 406 people. Compared to February 2020, this represents an increase of 2,824 people or 17%. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate, calculated by STATEC, is 6.3%.

  2. Unemployment remains stable at the beginning of the year

    The number of available resident jobseekers registered with ADEM was 19,882 on 31 January 2021, i.e. more or less the same as in December 2020. Compared to January 2020, this represents an increase of 3,386 people or 20.5%. The unemployment rate, corrected for seasonal variations, calculated by STATEC, is 6.4%.

  3. Jobs4Solidarity – Success story

    Partir travailler à l’étranger en pleine période de crise sanitaire, Anna l’a fait. C’est désormais un pari réussi ! Anna, une jeune italienne de 26 ans, a souhaité évoluer dans le monde professionnel et s’engager pour la solidarité.

  4. Unemployment remains stable at the end of the year

    19,918 available resident jobseekers were registered with ADEM on 31 December 2020. Compared to December 2019, this represents an increase of 3,386 people or 20.5%. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate, calculated by STATEC, stands at 6.4%.

  5. ADEM to remain open to the public. Services offered by telephone

    In view of the current situation and in order to reduce the risks of contamination by the Covid-19 Coronavirus, the ADEM agencies will remain open but will operate in an adapted manner and with reduced services between 28 December 2020 and 10 January 2021.