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Monster: job vacancies up in April

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09:11 CEST+02:00
The number of jobs advertised in Sweden rose in April for the third month running, according to the Monster Employment Index. The number of vacancies was up 17 percent on April last year.

Growth was strongest in the building sector year-on-year. Management and consultancy jobs saw the biggest month-on-month rise.

The March index, compiled by the online recruitment giant from a survey of 148 European job websites, shows the number of job advertisements rising across all sectors last month.

“The Swedish jobs market is recovering quickly. The number of ob advertisements has risen for the third month running. Sweden has had the strongest annual growth in job ads of all the countries covered by the index,” said Carl Silverstolpe of Monster Scandinavia.

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