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Seven in ten ICT sector job vacancies difficult to fill

Tuesday 21 August 2018 | 15:22 CET | News
Seven out of ten job vacancies in the ICT sector are difficult to fill, according to a study from the Dutch state employment agency UWV. That compares to four out of ten in the broader Dutch economy, a situation that has worsened from three out of ten a year ago. The figures are based on a survey of around 6,700 companies by the UWV this spring. 

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Companies: UWV
Countries: Netherlands
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