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Job vacancies skyrocket in 14 CCAA compared to pre-pandemic figures

Date: January 29, 2023 Time: 04:26:41

Unfilled jobs have reached up to September in 14 of the 17 autonomous communities, all except Cantabria, Extremadura and La Rioja, compared to the pre-pandemic situation, especially in Asturias and the Valencian Community, where they have more than doubled and it is the services sector suffers the most due to the vacancies available.

The latest labor cost survey published by the INE, corresponding to the third quarter of this year, reveals that last September there were 143,876 vacancies, of which 91.2% corresponded to the services sector, with 131,194, and that where There were more in Catalonia (29,311), Madrid (29,006), the Valencian Community (19,194), Andalusia (18,582) and Castilla y León (12,750).

Compared to the third quarter of 2019, before the appearance of Covid-19, the communities where unfilled vacancies have been proportionally more concerned are Asturias (131.44%), the Valencian Community (116.32%), the Canary Islands (75.80%) and Galicia (66.29%), while they have decreased in Cantabria (-56.73%), La Rioja (-29.91%) and Extremadura (-2.31%).

(5.60%) and Asturias (5.10%) and 4% in La Rioja (4.80%) and Cantabria (4.30%), while it remains at 2% in Castilla-La Mancha and Murcia.

If the number of vacancies is compared with the number of unemployed in each community, they represent 14.02% of these in Navarra, 12.76% in Castilla y León, 8.03% in Catalonia, 7.17% in Madrid or 6.21% in the Basque Country, while as sole representative 1.34% in Extremadura, 1.57% in Murcia and 1.70% in Cantabria.

In all communities this figure has risen compared to that of 2019, before the pandemic, except in Cantabria and La Rioja, where it has decreased by 2.26 and 0.92 percentage points, respectively. The territories where this figure has grown the most are Castilla y León (6.09 percentage points), a long way from Asturias (3.16), the Valencian Community (3.00), Navarra (2.54), Catalonia (2 .52) and Aragon (2.27 points).

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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