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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

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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.

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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.

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There are not enough ambulances available during the weekend in Belgium, according to Antwerp emergency doctor Kevin Vereecken.

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Belgium needs about 1,200 more emergency doctors in order to address the shortage, write Het Laatste Nieuws and De Morgen today.

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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.

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Despite all the setbacks of the airline industry in recent years, pilot remains a popular career choice in Belgium, writes De Standaard.

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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

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