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The share of high- and low-paid jobs in the Belgian labour market is growing, resulting in a slowly shrinking middle class, reports De Standaard based on research published in the journal
What do you for a living?
Secondary school graduates who admit to delinquency in their past when applying for jobs see their chances of success sharply diminished, according to research from the Ghent University.
The number of passengers travelling through Brussels Airport so far this year increased by about 6,000 per day compared to the same period in 2013.
There are not enough ambulances available during the weekend in Belgium, according to Antwerp emergency doctor Kevin Vereecken.
Belgium needs about 1,200 more emergency doctors in order to address the shortage, write Het Laatste Nieuws and De Morgen today.
Most Belgian students are hoping to get a job at a large, foreign company after graduation, according to a survey by Universum Global, which specialises in the branding of companies.
Despite all the setbacks of the airline industry in recent years, pilot remains a popular career choice in Belgium, writes De Standaard.
Cutting the costs of employing personnel by 5% in the construction, transport, electrical and retail sectors could lead to the creation of up to 28,500 jobs, according to a study by two professors