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Italy: companies opinions on Jobs Act effects 2015

In your opinion, has the Italian labor market significantly improved after the Jobs Act?

Italy: companies opinions on Jobs Act effects 2015 This statistic illustrates the opinions of companies on the effects of the labor market reform Jobs Act in Italy in 2015. According to the study, about one in two respondents believed that the reform had not significantly contributed to the improvement of the Italian job market. By contrast, 17 percent of respondents thought that the reform had had a positive impact on the labor market.
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In your opinion, has the Italian labor market significantly improved after the Jobs Act?

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This statistic illustrates the opinions of companies on the effects of the labor market reform Jobs Act in Italy in 2015. According to the study, about one in two respondents believed that the reform had not significantly contributed to the improvement of the Italian job market. By contrast, 17 percent of respondents thought that the reform had had a positive impact on the labor market.
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