More job vacancies in Q2, most in public administration

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In the second quarter of 2017, the number of job vacancies was 64.1 thousand, increasing by 1.9 thousand as against the previous quarter, National Institute of Statistics (INS) reveals. By comparison  with the same quarter of 2016, the job vacancies rate increased by  0.10 percentage points and the number of job vacancies increased by 7.0 thousand.

According to INS, the highest job vacancies rates in Q2 of 2017 were registered in public administration  (3.98 percent), followed by human health and social work activities (3.11 percent).

The budgetary sector summed up almost 36 percent of the total number of job vacancies. Thus,  10.6  thousand job vacancies were registered in public administration, 10.2 thousand job vacancies in  human  health  and  social  work  activities, respectively 2.2 thousand job vacancies in education.

At the opposite side, the lowest values for both  the rate and the number of job vacancies were found  in mining and quarrying (0.18 percent, respectively 0.1 thousand job vacancies).

As against the previous quarter, the most significant increases for both the rate and the number  of  job vacancies were registered in information and communication (+0.35 percentage points, respectively  +0.6 thousand  job vacancies).

At the opposite side, the most relevant decrease for  both the rate and the number of job vacancies was found in financial and insurance activities (‐0.30 percentage points, respectively ‐ 0.3 thousand job vacancies).

 

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