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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 emerged (3.0%), lowering the unemployment rate to 12.9%.

Employment grew more than expected (209,200 people). After adjusting for seasonality, employment data was positive, both in terms of the number of workers (0.8% QoQ SWDA) and in terms of hours worked. In addition, temporary employment fell (16.8% SWDA) and the unemployment rate increased (12.2% SWDA) due to the labor force.

Employment increased more than expected between April and June (603,900). Excluding seasonality, job creation picked up (1.4% QoQ SWDA), but the decline in average working hours limited the rise in hours worked (0.5%). Moreover, temporary emplo…

Job creation rebounded in 3Q21 (1.3% QoQ SWDA; 4.5% YoY) and the number of workers on ERTE or partial unemployment fell to 95,200. The labour force increased strongly after the end of the restrictions, which limited the improvement in the unemp…

Job creation picked up (0.8% QoQ SWDA; 5.7% YoY) and the number of employees on ERTE or partial unemployment who did not work halved (207,100).Total hours worked increased significantly (3.4% QoQ SWDA; 34.4% YoY) and the unemployment rate fell …

Employment increased 0.5% QoQ CVEC (-2.4% YoY), more than expected. However, the worked hours decreased (-0.9% QoQ CVEC; -3.5% YoY) and the employees in ERTE or partial unemployment who did not work exceeded 400,000. The decline in labour force participation reduced the unemployment rate to 16%.

Employment grew by 167,400 (-3.1% YoY), but 815,600 people worked fewer hours than usual due to ERTE or partial unemployment. The moderate increase in the labour force helped the unemployment rate to fall to 16.1%. In 2020, 576,900 jobs were destroyed (-2.9%) and the unemployment rate rose to 15.5%.

Job creation was 569,700 (-3.5% YoY). Employees who worked fewer hours than usual due to ERTE or partial unemployment fell to 887,100. The easing of mobility restrictions allowed job searches to take place, which led to a rebound in the active …

Employment decreased by 1,074,100 people (-6.0% y/y). However, employees who worked fewer hours than usual due to ERTEs or partial unemployment amounted to 4,580,000, so the hours worked fell by 22.6% QoQ. The decline in the labour force due to…