The newly registered unemployed Bulgarians in the whole country are again more than the ones who got a job - this is shown by the latest data from the specialized labor market monitoring of the National Statistical Institute and the preliminary data of the Employment Agency due to Covid-19. In the last week observed so far from October 11 to 17, they are 5300 and 3460 people, respectively.
Ljubljana – Slovenia’s jobless total fell further in September with only 66,122 people registered with the Employment Service, 4.6% fewer than the month before and a fifth (21.1%) fewer than a year ago.
The service registered 4,616 newly unemployed in September, a fifth more than in August and 29% fewer than a year ago.
Ljubljana – Amid a prospering situation in the labour market and favourable unemployment trends, employers have been recording the largest structural imbalances between the registered jobless and companies’ needs since the 2008 financial crisis. Businesses highlight that the paperwork to hire foreign workers takes too long.
The number of long-term unemployed at end-July dropped to 43,253, nearly 14 per cent less than in the same month a year previously, according to data of the Employment Agency released by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) Friday.
The results were achieved thanks to the joint efforts of the MLSP, the Ministry of Education and Science, the Ministry of
Ljubljana – Slovenia’s joblessness continued to decrease in August as a total of 69,292 were registered as unemployed at the end of the month in what is the lowest figure since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic. The total was down 21.4% year-on-year and 1.9% compared to July, the Employment Service said on Friday.