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Priorities for a new Europe

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3 Marzo 2020
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This compendium of articles presents a snapshot of some of Eurofound’s most recent research, and highlights important 21st-century trends in quality of life and working conditions throughout the EU. It is organised around the six priority areas set out by the new ERead more

This compendium of articles presents a snapshot of some of Eurofound’s most recent research, and highlights important 21st-century trends in quality of life and working conditions throughout the EU. It is organised around the six priority areas set out by the new European Commission for a transition to a fair, climate-neutral and digital Europe.

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    Número de referencia: 
    EF20045
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    Priorities for a new Europe

    This compendium of articles presents a snapshot of some of Eurofound’s most recent research, and highlights important 21st-century trends in quality of life and working conditions throughout the EU. It is organised around the six priority areas set out by the new European Commission for a transition to a fair, climate-neutral and digital Europe.

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    Eurofound (2020), Priorities for a new Europe, Dublin.

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    • Proportion of workers within the low-paid group who find it difficult to make ends meet
    • Composition of the NEET population (as % of the population of young people), EU, 2008–2015
    • Percentage of workers reporting long working hours, EU Member States
    • Collectively agreed hours versus usually worked hours
    • Employment share (%) by job-wage tercile and settlement category
    • Worker-reported incidence of workplace downsizing in preceding three years
    • Percentage of workers doing telework and ICT-based mobile work, by employment status
    • Positive impacts of implementing the Paris Climate Agreement
    • Trust in institutions in the EU and the United Kingdom

Las investigaciones realizadas antes de que el Reino Unido abandone la Unión Europea el 31 de enero de 2020 y publicadas posteriormente pueden incluir datos sobre los 28 Estados miembros de la UE. Después de esta fecha, las investigaciones solo tienen en cuenta a los 27 Estados miembros de la UE (EU-28 menos el Reino Unido), a menos que se especifique lo contrario.

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