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STATISTICS

REGISTERED EMPLOYMENT: APRIL-MAY 2020

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INDEXGDPL2020-8In May 2020, registered full-time employment increased by 6.7 per cent while part-time employment as a primary job decreased by 8.6 per cent when compared to the corresponding month in 2019.

Administrative data provided by Jobsplus shows that, over a period of one year, the labour supply excluding part-timers in May 2020 increased by 7.9 per cent, reaching 235,309 (see methodological note 5). This was mainly attributed to a year-on-year increase in the full-time registered employment (14,447) and an increase in registered unemployment (2,740) (Table 1). Registered full-time employment When May 2020 is compared to May 2019, the highest increase in full-time employment was brought about by administrative and support service activities (NACE 77-82) and human health and social work activities (NACE 86-88), with 3,292 and 1,928 respectively (Table 1). Registered full-time employment in the private sector went up by 12,884 persons to 181,396. Public sector full-time employment increased by 1,563 persons to 49,504 (Table 2). The number of persons registered as full-time self-employed rose by 2,523 when compared to May 2019, while the number of persons registered as employees increased by 11,924. Full-time employment for males and females went up by 6.3 per cent and 7.3 per cent respectively over 2019 levels (Table 2). Registered part-time employment Registered part-time employment in May 2020 decreased by 2.4 per cent when compared to the same month in 2019. The human health and social services activities (NACE 86-88) followed by the professional, scientifi c and technical activities (NACE 69-75) recorded the highest increases in part-time employment with 298 and 259 respectively. On the other hand, employment within the accommodation and food services activities (NACE 55-56), decreased by 1,520 when compared to the same month last year (Table 3). The number of part-timers who also held a full-time job amounted to 30,591, up by 5.1 per cent when compared to the corresponding month last year. Employed persons whose part-time job was their primary occupation totalled 32,070, down by 8.6 per cent when compared to 2019 (Table 4) ■ 

 

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