Ukraine War Slows European Job Growth, Indeed Data Say – BloombergQuint

“These trends are consistent with the hypothesis that the war has weakened the economic outlook via confidence, trade and commodity prices,” said Pawel Adrjan, head of EMEA research at Indeed, which looked at 21 countries. “The silver lining is that postings are still high compared with historical levels, suggesting that the labor market is still relatively strong, possibly helping mitigate the impact of the crisis on employment.” 

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