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  • 1. COUNTRYCOMPARATIONMOST DEVELOPED EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
  • 2. GERMANYIt is officially a federal republic.Largest population of all Europe.Increased number of immigrants.Its currency is the euro.The official language is German. They also speakSorbian (Slavic language that is protected), in Lusatia, asmall region between Brandenburg and Saxony, Frisianin some agricultural towns of Lower Saxony and inwestern Schleswig-Holstein) and Danish in northernSchleswig-Holstein.
  • 3. It is the strongest export economy in the world.There are 42.3 million people of working age, ofwhich 3.5 million are unemployed. Theunemployment rate is 8.6%.The most advanced is the secondary sector,which calls for highly qualified personnel, with avery high industrial expansion. The primarysector is very small and the service sector is alsounderdeveloped.
  • 4. SWEDENCapital: StockholmBorders with Norway and FinlandLength: 449 964 km ²Entry into the EU-1995Currency: Swedish KronaLanguages: Swedish and EnglishConstitutional monarchyFast growth in tourism
  • 5. Employed population: 72.1, EU: 64.4%.Service sector: 71%.Industry Sector: 25.8%.Agriculture sector: 3.3%.Computers, electronics,telecommunications.Stockholm: Finance.40h per week, 5 weeks holiday.
  • 6. UNITED KINGDOMYear of EU entry: 1973Schengen Member: NoPolitical system: Constitutional monarchyCapital: LondonTotal area: 244 820 km ² ​Languages: English. Wales-Welsh. Scotland,Scottish Gaelic, and Scottish. Northern Ireland-Irish Gaelic and Ulster Scots.
  • 7. The minimum interprofessional salary: £5.93/hour (7.36 €)Average salary: £ 499 per week (€ 619.38)Unemployment rate: 7.8%The men had an average weekly wage for full-time jobs of 538 pounds, while women in thesame circumstances won £ 439 (less than theaverage wage).
  • 8. FRANCEYear of EU entry: Founding member (1952)Capital: ParisTotal area: 550 000 km ²Currency: euro zone member since 1999 (€)Schengen: Schengen Member since 1985Languages: French and its various formsdepending on the region.
  • 9. The labor market varies continuously depending on numeroussocioeconomic factors.The service sector employs the majority of labor.The growth rate in 2006 was 2% and the unemployment rate of9%.Sectors that have more difficulty recruiting because of theshortage of labor, are:      -Services Company      -Services to People        construction      -Hotel and Restaurant, Trade, Tourism, Health and SocialServices      -Transportation and Logistics and Public Administration.
  • 10. POPULATION Germany 82.604.000 Sweden 9.514.406 United Kingdom 61.284.806 France 64.300.000
  • 11. 90.000.00080.000.00070.000.00060.000.000 Germany50.000.000 France40.000.00030.000.000 Sweden20.000.000 United Kingdom10.000.000 0 Population
  • 12. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
  • 13. STUDIES