Firms in Sweden have sold about 200 tonnes of Baltic salmon in Europe despite an EU ban targeting toxic chemicals in fish.
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The number of unemployed young people is at record levels across Europe, rising to over 50% in some countries. Share your experiences, frustrations, tips or success stories of finding work where you live.
Youth unemployment is one of the biggest problems facing the EU and it isn’t showing any signs of letting up. As of March 2013, 5.690 million young people (under 25) were unemployed in the wider EU area of 27 countries, with 3.599 million in the eurozone .
Greece has recorded an unemployment rate of 59.1% at the beginning of this year with Spain reporting 55.9%, Italy 38.4% and Portugal 38.3%.
We would like to hear your experiences of the job market in your country. Are you worried about finding a job after you leave training or education? Have you been successful in finding employment or have you been out of work for a long time? How has your life been affected due to a lack of employment opportunities? Do you have any tips on finding work you’d like to share?
Share your experiences and concerns by filling in the form below. A selection of the best responses will be posted on the site as part of a readers’ panel.
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