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Europe accounts for one-tenth of the world's population. Two-thirds of Europeans live in countries that are members of the economic federation known as the European Union (EU). The proportion of the population (aged 15-64) who are employed in the EU is just 66.0%, compared to 69.3% in Japan and 71.5% in the USA. The average employee in the EU works for 38.5 hours per week, 18% of the EU's working population works part-time, 14.8% are on temporary contracts and 5.1% of employees started their job in the last 3 months. 12.9% of the population aged 15-64 have undergone tertiary education and almost 10% of the EU ...
Policymakers in a number of states are considering proposals to cut taxes and institute job-creation tax credits. While state policymakers are understandably eager to do something to improve their economies, such measures generally will not increase economic growth. State balanced-budget requirements prevent states from stimulating their economies by cutting taxes. If a state cuts a tax, it generally has to make an offsetting cut to expenditures for a program or service in order to maintain balance. This spending cut is likely to reduce demand in the state just as much as the reduction in ... Read More
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