The total registered unemployed fell by 6.09% in December 2021 compared to December 2020, as OAED announced today.
In the total of the subsidized unemployed, the data of OAED show an increase of 8.17% from December 2020.
In detail, as announced by OAED:
1. The total of registered unemployed, based on job search criteria (job seekers), for the month of December 2021, amounted to 1,100,099 people. Of these, 579,400 (percentage 52.67%) are registered in the OAED register for a period equal to or more than 12 months and 520,699 (percentage 47.33%) are registered in the OAED register for a period of less than 12 months. Men amount to 400,328 (percentage 36.39%) and women amount to 699,771 (percentage 63.61%).
2. The total of other registered (non-job seekers), for the month of December 2021, amounted to 9,267 people. Men amount to 3,392 (percentage 36.60%) and women to 5,875 (percentage 63.40%).
3. The total of the subsidized unemployed, for the month of December 2021, (concerns the number of beneficiaries paid within the respective month) amounts to 219,039 persons, of which 113,237 (percentage 51.70%) are common and other categories of subsidized and 105,802 (percentage 48, 30%) are seasonal tourism professions. Men amount to 93,028 (percentage 42.47%) and women to 126,011 (percentage 57.53%).
Of the total subsidized unemployed 95,173 (percentage 43.45%) are common, 1,768 (percentage 0.81%) are builders, 105,802 (percentage 48.30%) are seasonal tourism professions, 14,113 (percentage 6.44%) are seasonal others (rural), 2,005 (percentage 0.92%) are teachers, and 178 (percentage 0.08%) are others.
Source From: Capital