Danish Job Market Returns to Growth After Faltering in June
Despite being generally characterised as weak, the Danish job market has made steady progress since the labour market bottomed out in December 2009, according to job board Jobindex.
Since then the number of new jobs posted online has increased significantly, but during the early summer the job market stumbled, forcing people to question if the recovery was coming to an end. Jobindex concludes that it was only a stumble and not the start of a downward trend. While economic growth figures cannot be described as impressive, there is nothing to suggest that the Danish jobs market has been knocked off course.