L-ekonomija Maltija kompliet tikber b’pass qawwi ħafna

Aktar riżultati li jnisslu Ottimiżmu; żieda ta’ 1.8% fl-impjiegi, żieda ta’ €328 fil-paga medja – PL – http://www.inewsmalta.com

13:25  |  22.09.2015

 Lil hinn min-negattività u l-pezzimiżmu ta’ Simon Busuttil u l-Oppożizzjoni tiegħu, illum minn ċifri uffiċjali tal-NSO, komplew joħorġu rizultati li jkattru l-ottimiżmu fost il-familji Maltin u Għawdxin u n-negozji. Dan intqal fi starrija tal-Partit Laburista.

Filfatt mill-istess ċifri joħroġ kif kien hemm żieda ta’ 1.8% fl-impjiegi fit-tieni kwart tas-sena meta mqabbel mal-istess perjodu s-sena l-oħra. Dan imur id f’id ukoll mar-rata tal-qgħad li hija l-inqas waħda fl-istorja u t-tieni l-inqas fl-Unjoni Ewropea kollha li tfisser li minkejja li żdiedet id-domanda għax-xogħol, xorta qed ikun maħluq iktar xogħol.

Mill-istess rapport tal-NSO ħareġ kif kien hemm żieda wkoll ta’ €328 fil-paga medja, li xxejjen għal kollox il-kritika infondata tal-Oppożizzjoni dwar is-saħħa tal-pagi u l-flus f’idejn il-familji Maltin u Għawdxin, kritika li diġa’ kienet imwarrba meta ħareġ li kien hemm żieda record fin-numru ta’ depożiti.

Jobs up by 1.8% – Average salary rises to €16,406 – PN warns of ‘soap bubble’ as jobs rise in public sector, drop in manufacturing, retail – timesofmalta.com

Jobs increased by 1.8 per cent in the second quarter of this year compared to the same period last year, the National Statistics Office said today, quoting its ongoing Labour Force Survey.

It said total employment stood at 184,871 accounting for more than half the population aged 15 and over. Unemployed persons stood at 10,594 (2.9 per cent) while inactive persons totalled 164,855 (45.8 per cent).

The activity rate for the quarter under review was estimated at 67.6 per cent. The highest activity rate was recorded among persons aged 25-54 (81.2 per cent). Compared to the previous year, the total activity rate increased by 1.2 percentage points.

On average, 64 out of every 100 persons aged between 15 and 64 were employed. The highest employment rate was recorded among persons aged between 25 and 54 and stood at 77.7 per cent. The employment rate of men for this age bracket was 90.8 per cent while that for women stood at 64.1 per cent.

Jobs’ growth up 1.8% over second quarter 2015 – maltatoday

Labour Force Survey estimates 23,617 have part-time job as their primary employment and 4,651 work full-time on reduced hours’ basis

Employment up 1.8% in second quarter of 2015, average basic salary is €16,406 – The Malta Independent

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