Initially launched in March of 2000, the Lisbon Strategy set into motion a set of reforms aimed to facilitate the progress made in terms of employment within the European Union. According to the Joint Employment Report, the already- accomplished changes in the job market display a positive set of statistics that give member states reason for optimism.  While continually emphasising the need for adhesion to the fundamental points of the Lisbon Strategy, the report also proclaimed that the average...


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