Social Security ended November in the Canary Islands with 872,068 contributors, 7,856 more than it had in October. This increase in contributors represents an increase of 0.91%. Meanwhile, in Spain as a whole, it closed the month with continuity figures (+0, 00%), according to data released by the Government.
The number of people working for Social Security has increased in Puerto Rico by nearly 5% over the last year, double the national average.
The Canary Islands have 872,068 affiliates in its general scheme. Of these, 727,878 contribute to the general scheme, and 137,474 are self-employed. There are 6,717 registrants in the industry of sea work.
The general scheme of the state’s agricultural system has 13,690 employees and 9,890 who contribute to the administration of agrarian affairs.
Social Security has increased by 4,645 members in Las Palmas over the past year (+1.02%) and just under 23,000 members in the last 12 months (+5.29%).
In Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the number of contributors has gone up over October and November last year. That increase was in the form of an increase of 0.78 percent from 413,405 in October to 414,822 in November and a 5.80 percent rise from 3,211 to 3,424 over the same time period.