The number of registered workers fell by 2% in February compared to the same month in 2018, a loss of 252,500 jobs in that period, the Labor and Labor Ministry announced on Thursday.
The driving portfolio Dante Sike In the afternoon, this afternoon the results of the Labor Force Indicators in March (EYL) were published, reflecting a negative international variation of 2.4% and a Registered Labor Report from February, prepared on the basis of data from the Integrated Social System insurance. Argentina has expanded with information about boxes that have not been transferred to the nation.
In February, according to official information, the number of workers registered with regard to addiction is 12,092,100 jobs, a decrease of 252,500 jobs compared to those certified twelve months and 3,800 less than in February 2017.
In the private sector in February, the number of jobs lost is 178,300 compared to the same month in 2018, equivalent to a 2% reduction.
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While in the public sector it grew by 0.1% in the same period, which is essentially explained by the creation of new jobs in the municipalities.
In the private sector, in February last year, the employed workers (159,400) and the independent workers in general (159,400) were registered, compared with the number of existing jobs twelve months previously.
This last point was explained by the decline in the number of workers registered under Monotributistas y Autónomos, which means a 1.5% and 2.9% reduction in inter-national measurements, respectively.
In February, the number of registered private sector workers in the provinces of Neuken (3.6%) – driven by the phenomenon of Waka Moerta, La Rioja (1.4%) and Santa Cruz (1.1%), increased.
On the other hand, the highest annual reductions were registered in Tierra del Fuego (9.4%), Catamarca (7.3%), Chaco (6.7%) and Formosa (6.7%).
By industry, mining and quarrying (+ 7.1%), the fishing sector (5.3%), agriculture (+ 0.5%) and education (+ 1.2%) increased the most in relation to the workflow place during the second month of the current year.
Finally, with regard to the evolution of the salary, the Ministry of Production report states that the average nominal increase has increased by 38% compared to twelve months ago in nominal terms.
Meanwhile, the average real paycheck – stemming from the comparison with IPC GBA and IPC Nacional del Indec – has seen a decline of 8.8 percent over one year in the purchasing power of workers in relation to February 2018.