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This Working Paper provides a brief description of the latest update of RegData, a database that collects the main economic and demographic aggregates of Spanish regions over the last six decades.

Formal employment added 109 thousand new jobs in January, 2.4% less than in 2023, with a marked slowdown in manufacturing and services. Real wage increased 5.6% YoY (15.4% above pre-pandemic), and the total wage bill grew 8.8% YoY (23.9% above pre-pandemic).

Although per-capita income also depends on demographics, the employment rate and hours worked per employed person, productivity is the only determinant that is not subject to a natural limit and is capable of generating sustained long-term grow…

Murcia's GDP will grow by 1.6% in 2024 and 2.5% in 2025. This will allow 34 thousand jobs to be created in the two-year period and reduce the unemployment rate to 11.5% in 2025.

Labor shortage is one of the factors limiting housing production. The available information indicates that workers employed in construction age faster than average and have less education. Attracting talent is essential to ensure generational r…

In 2023, the average unemployment rate was 10.2% at the national level, decreasing by one percentage point with respect to 2022. Thus, labor variables showed resilience in a context of deceleration. However, by the end of the year, since September, a deterioration in the labor market to be monitored in 2024, was seen.

Colombia faces a year of economic challenges and opportunities, marked by factors such as the slowdown in inflation, the increase in the minimum wage and the series of reforms being considered by Congress.

The affiliation saw a decrease of 231,200, while the number of unemployed rose by 60,400 due to seasonal patterns. Once this factor is adjusted, affiliations are estimated to have increased by 39,000, and unemployment fell for the third consecu…

Aragon's GDP will grow by 1.8% in 2024 and 2.4% in 2025. This will allow 25 thousand jobs to be created in the two-year period and reduce the unemployment rate to 7.6% in 2025.

Excluding seasonal factors, occupation outpaced affiliation in 4Q23 (0.6% q/q vs. 0.4% q/q), and worked hours surged to 0.9% q/q. The temporary employment and unemployment rates dropped (to 16.5% and 11.9%, respectively). In 2023, 615,000 jobs …

GDP growth in 2024 is revised downwards for all peninsular regions. Greater corrections in the northern regions, but they will lead growth in 2024. In 2025, a general acceleration due to the improvement in domestic consumption and European demand: advantage for national tourism recipients.

In December, a loss of 385 thousand jobs was recorded, marking the strongest seasonal adjustment since 1998. Employment closed the year with an annual growth of 3.0% but was below consensus expectations. The monthly decrease in employment (-)1.7% is primarily attributed to seasonal factors.