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    Contents: IEER quarterly business climate survey results, April 2018 The effects of digitalisation on inflation International trends

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25 of June, 2018
The Hungarian Labour Market Forecast (MMPP) website redesign is completed

MMPP is a ready-to-use online database of labour market data originating from corporate surveys. Browsing on the website, users can download information that are likely to provide them assistance in decisions concerning job-seeking, career orientation, workforce management and in the organization of training programmes. Accessible data may also make tendencies in the labour market easier to interpret.

MMPP has been developed and operated by the Institution for Economic and Enterprise Research (IEER) since 2006 with the support of the Ministry of Finance (and its legal predecessors).

The current online database of MMPP contains data from corporate surveys jointly conducted by the Ministry of Finance (previously the Ministry of National Economy and its predecessors) and IEER between 2007 and 2017. The database enables the user to make customised analyses of corporate opinions and expectations concerning employment and labour market demand. Just hit the "Analysis" option in the main menu, and the most useful results will appear, broken down by year, county and company forms. The results of the analysis can be opened in an Excel file and saved to your computer. Besides, annual databases of surveys conducted between 2007 and 2017 have also been made available to the public just as the concise database including all the data collected in each year so the users can download them and conduct their own analysis. Annual analyses by the IEER titled "Short term labour market forecasts" are also available on the websites.

The MMPP website is wholeheartedly recommended for labour market researchers, job-seekers, employees, employers, training institutions and policy makers alike. We do hope that the information made accessible on this website will prove useful for those who have not yet been acquainted with labour market workings and for the experts as well, who might examine the available data from various aspects.

Link to the website: http://mmpp.hu/