Employees in Denmark:
The number of employees in November crossed 2.626,000, thus increasing the number of employees increased by 5,000 from October 2015 to November 2015.
“Employment is rising, and in parallel there is pressure on the labor market,” says Peter Halkjær, Labor Market Policy Chief Consultant in the Danish Business Organization Dansk Erhverv. ( Employees in Denmark).
“There are jobs with low wages and lean working hours and jobs in growth sectors, which are first affected by labor shortages. And we see that pattern in the messages from, among other things, The IT industry, and the cleaning, hotel and catering industry, where recruitment problems are becoming increasingly frequent. ”
2015 marks to be the best year since the crisis:
Although it is still too early with a precise bid, the figures now point to 2015 being recruitment year by year compared with the years after the 2005-2007 economic boom.
“Developments in wage employment for the years 2014 and 2015 in total seem to land on the right side of 60,000, while expectations of continued rising employment in 2016 and 2017 may end up being challenged by labor shortages,” says Peter Halkjær and continues:
“We are also approaching a level of unemployment, which makes it difficult to get more out of employment without reforms, which makes it significantly more attractive to take a job.” ( Employees in Denmark)