With our interactive map, you can easily explore employment levels in these dynamic and rapidly-growing sectors of the economy. Simply select a country to see data on employment levels in the quaternary and quinary sectors.
Whether you are a business owner, policy maker, or simply interested in economic trends, our map has something for you. With its easy-to-use interface and comprehensive data, it is the perfect tool for anyone looking to understand employment in The Q Sectors of the EU/EEA.
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Data Source: Eurostat
According to the data from “Employment Levels in The Q Sectors of the EU/EEA: An Interactive Map,” The Q Sectors are one of the largest employer in the European Union and European Economic Area; there is significant variation in employment levels across different countries in the region. For example, in Sweden, The Q Sectors account for closer to 20% of total employment, while in Greece and Romania, it accounts for over 5 or closer to 5%. In general, northern European countries tend to have higher levels of Q Sectors employment, while southern European countries have lower levels.
There is also some variation in employment levels within individual countries. For example, in France, The Q Sectors account for a larger share of employment in urban areas (Paris, Lyon) than in rural areas. Similarly, in the BENELUX Region, employment in The Q Sectors are concentrated in a few major cities, such as Amsterdam–Rotterdam, Brussels and Eindhoven.
Overall, the data from “Employment Levels in The Q Sectors of the EU/EEA: An Interactive Map” provides a valuable resource for understanding employment trends in the quaternary and quinary sectors of the European Union and European Economic Area. It can help businesses and policy makers to make informed decisions about where to invest and how to plan for the future.