The average loss of job offers in the main European markets analyzed is 15.3%, according to InfoJobs


The labor market in Spain registers more than 1.2 million unique job offers published on digital payment platforms during the year, a reduction of only six tenths compared to the same period of the previous year, compared to the average loss of job offers of 15.3% of the main European countries.

The situation in Spain is “diametrically opposite” to that of other eurozone markets, where the job offers analyzed fall between 14.3% and 21.1%, while in the Spanish territory it can be seen how the data Employment during 2023 have been consolidating, according to data from InfoJobs.

The data from Spain “slightly distorts” the European average in terms of published offers, where eurozone countries register decreases of over 14% in published job offers.

Thus, of the nine countries analyzed by InfoJobs, Italy is the one with the highest reduction in unique offers on payment platforms, with a drop of -21.1%, to 1.4 million published offers.

For their part, Germany and the United Kingdom remain average, with a loss of 15.6% and 15.8%, respectively, of unique offers on payment sites compared to 2022.

However, France is below the European average, with a reduction of 14.3% and 12.3 million unique offers published.