Hi, I am looking for a data source about European jobs. A good collector is EURES, I downloaded the database from here and started to visualize job numbers grouped by country (my results).

The problem is that, comparing with EURES built-in search tools, I thought that the database I downloaded is not updated, with big differences from the current one. Although it is not easy to prove this, I see big discrepancies in the aggregated numbers.

This may depend on my parsing of the RDF database, since I parsed it almost manually because several RDF parsers failed on that; I am almost sure, however, that the result is reflecting the structure of the database content.

Any hints? Someone already worked on that?

Thanks in advance

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