Registered full-time employment increased by 5.9% in June 2022 over June 2021. Meanwhile, part-time employment as a primary job increased by 6%.
Jobsplus provided administrative information to the National Statistics Office, showing that over a period of 1 year until June 2022, the labour supply (excluding part time workers) increased by 5%.
This meant it reached 253,662. This was mainly attributed to the year on year increase in the full time register employment at 13,980 as well as a decrease in registered unemployment at 757.
Throughout June 2022, the accommodation and food services activist and the administrative and support service activities contributed mostly to the increase in employment at 2,577 and 1,802 respectively.
Registered full time employment in the private sector also increased by 13,908 persons to 201,576. Public sector full time employment increased by 72 people to 51,132.
The number of people registered as full time self employed increase by 706 when compared to June of 2021. The number of persons registered as employees increased by 13,274. Full time employment for males and females also spiked by 5.9% and 5.8% respectively.
Registered part time employment in June 2022 increased by 9.1% when compared to the previous year. The sectors that contributed to the overall increase were the professional, scientific and technical activities. This was followed by the transportation and storage sector.
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