Eurozone | Why the labour market will recover faster than usual
The eurozone labour market is heating up. We expect around 2 million jobs will be created from Q2 2021 until the end of the year, recovering almost two-thirds of the jobs lost since the coronavirus pandemic hit. Employment should return to pre-crisis levels by H2 2022, which is a markedly stronger performance than we had expected a few months ago.
What you will learn:
- The labour market has continually performed better than expected as the emergency measures introduced during the pandemic, including furlough schemes, prevented mass layoffs.
- Households’ unemployment expectations are now close to record lows and firms’ hiring intentions are elevated across industries. So, we expect labour market strength to continue into next year.
- We see some risks to the labour outlook. Prematurely withdrawing the emergency support could hurt economic sentiment and put firms’ liquidity under pressure.
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