Manufacturing and Services Sectors Creating New Eurozone Jobs
According to Chris Williamson, the chief business economist at HIS Markit, “A stellar end to 2017 for the eurozone rounded off the best year for over a decade, continuing to confound widely held fears that rising political uncertainty would curb economic growth.” The latest information shows a fourth-quarter increase of 0.8 percent, which is faster than most developed economies experienced and surpassed the median prediction of 0.6 percent. There are many job opportunities around the world. Contact JobsAWorld to find the perfect position that matches your skill set. It doesn’t matter where you or the position is located.
Reaching 56.4, the eurozone average composite PMI numbers for 2017 was the best yearly trend since 2006, just prior to the financial crisis. The eurozone economy finished out the year with the most robust growth in close to seven years. The growth was fueled by services and manufacturing exertion across all dominant economies, according to a recent survey. International applications are welcomed at JobsAWorld. They match companies seeking employees with skilled workers looking to relocate for the perfect job.