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The latest recruitment campaign by the Brussels fire brigade reeled in 409 applications from women, an increase of about 62% since the last recruitment campaign in 2012, which resulted in 252 femal

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Since the inception of the current federal government under prime minister Charles Michel, employment in Belgium has risen sharply, writes De Tijd according to figures from the National Ac

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CEO of a large company is the highest-paid profession in Belgium, according to an article in Het Laatste Nieuws which lists the country's 10 best-paid jobs based on official figures from t

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The Brussels employment office Actiris this week connects 11 of its local branches to the Brussels-Capital Region's free wireless network Urbizone, bringing the total number of free hotspots in Bru

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For the first time, more than half of the jobs in Brussels are filled by a Brussels resident, which means there are fewer commuters to the capital.

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In four years, the number of administrative jobs in Belgium dropped by 20%, write Gazet van Antwerpen and Het Belang van Limburg.

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American food conglomerate Mondelēz International will scrap 82 jobs in Belgium, mostly at its headquarters in Mechelen where 296 people work, the company announced on Monday.

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Nine police academies across Belgium on Saturday held a recruitment information day for interested candidates. In total, about 7,000 people attended the event.

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Selor, the selection agency of the federal government, is tasked with recruiting 30 additional agents for Belgium's State Security department.

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