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Tourism staff shortages affect 1.2 million jobs in the EU, says study

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New report by the World Travel and Tourism Council shows over one million tourism sector jobs remain unfilled in the EU

Added on the 02/08/2022 19:11:23 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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