In 2017, electroengineering workers accounted for 1.52% in the total employment in EU.
The total employment in this occupation reached 3,478,004.
During the period 2012-2017, the number of people employed as electroengineering workers in EU changed by 3.89%.
In 2017, electroengineering workers were mostly employed in the following sectors in the EU:
- Construction (1,218,618)
- Manufacturing (986,314)
- Wholesale & retail trade (299,597)
- Energy supply services (203,501)
- Arts & recreation (165,292)
Countries with highest employment share of electroengineering workers in 2017:
- Germany (2.19%)
- Croatia (2.07%)
- Hungary (1.93%)
- Estonia (1.93%)
- Czechia (1.88%)
In the period 2016-2030, employment for electroengineering workers in EU is projected to change by -7.04%.