The number of job vacancies was 52,500, increasing by 5,100 as against the previous quarter, National Institute of Statistics (INS) data show on Thursday.
In the third quarter of 2015, the highest job vacancies rates were registered in public administration (3.38 percent), other service activities (2.50 percent), respectively in arts, entertainment and recreation (2.45 percent).
In manufacturing was concentrated over 27 percent from the total number of job vacancies (14,400 job vacancies), having a value rate of 1.29 percent.
The budgetary sector summed up over one third of the total number of job vacancies. Thus, 8,600 job vacancies were registered in public administration, 6,600 job vacancies in human health and social work activities, respectively 2,900 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 (0.12 percent, respectively 0.1 thousand job vacancies), followed by electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply (0.19 percent, respectively 0.1 thousand job vacancies)
As against the previous quarter, the most significant increases of the job vacancies rate were registered in arts, entertainment and recreation (+0.34 percentage points), respectively in water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities (+0.29 percentage points).