Across the European Union, 2.3% of employees had a precarious job in 2016.
That’s defined as someone working on a contract not exceeding three months duration.
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The share of precarious employment is highest in Croatia at 8.4 percent followed by France and Spain with 4.8 and 4.7 percent respectively, according to Eurostat.
We suspect more jobs will suddenly become ‘precarious’ if (and when) The ECB starts pulling the QE rug out.
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