Canary led the unemployment rate nationally with a 28.67% in the third quarter.
The unemployment rate in the Canary Islands is situated in a 28.67 percent in the third quarter of the year, the highest in the country, according to data from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) published by the National Statistics Institute (INE .)
The number of unemployed in the islands under 7,100 people, a 2.23 percent the previous quarter. In total, 310,200 people were unemployed at the end of, gaia gold, September, which means 28 800 unemployed more than a year ago.
By provinces, Las Palmas leads the number of unemployed with an unemployment rate of 30.56 percent, representing 168,000 people out of work, while Santa Cruz de Tenerife situation the rate of unemployed in a 26.72 per cent, involving 142,000 people unemployed.
In the whole archipelago, by, darkfall gold, gender, is somewhat higher rate of unemployed men, as this is set at 29.20 percent (177,000 unemployed men) as opposed to 27.99 percent of women (133 300 females in employment).
With respect to the whole of Spain the number of unemployed fell in 70,800 people, 1.52 percent less than the previous quarter, bringing the unemployment rate fell by more, mortal gold, than three tenths to 19.79 percent. In total, 4,574,700 people were unemployed at the end of September, ie, 451,400 unemployed more than a year ago.
The unemployment rate reached 19.79 percent at the end of the third quarter is three tenths less than the previous quarter (20.09%) and contrasts with the rate of the existing 17.93 percent a year ago. Unemployment did not fall, buying eve isk, in a quarter since the third quarter of 2009, when low in 14,200 people.
Next to the unemployment rate in the third quarter of the year were created 69,900 jobs (+0.38%) places the number of employed persons in 18,546,800. It is the second consecutive quarter in which jobs are created after that between April and June, generated more than 22,000 jobs.
Men accounted for about two thirds of new jobs created in the third quarter, with 42,200 new workers (+0,41%), while women were created 27,700 jobs (+0.34%).
In the past year, the number of unemployed increased by 451,400 unemployed, which in relative terms a growth of 10.95 per cent, while the jobs lost in this period amount to 323,400 (-1.7%).
Foreigners are left with two thirds of new job
In quantitative terms, the creation of employment recorded in the third quarter was divided between foreign and Spanish, but more in the first. In fact, 65.1 percent of the jobs created between July and September, a total of 45,500, were occupied by foreigners. The Spaniards, meanwhile, increased their occupancy in 24,400 individuals (+0.15%).
For its part, the activity remained virtually stable in the third quarter. In fact, the number of assets under 800 between July and September, bringing the active population was composed of 23,121,500 people and the participation rate fell just a few hundredths, to 60.08 percent. In the last year, the volume of assets has increased by 128,000 persons (+0,56%).
The active men decreased by 15,600 in the third quarter, compared with an increase in activityamong women than 14,700 active. Thus, the female participation rate stood at 52.22 percent, three hundredth, and the men in nearly a point to 68.28 percent.
The long-term unemployed rose by 16%
In the quarter
During the third quarter, unemployment low in both sexes, but more among men. Thus, the male unemployment fell by 57,800 persons (-2.3%), while the women fell by 13,000 (-0.6%). With these data, the male unemployment rate stood at 19.29%, down from more than four tenths from the previous quarter, while the female reached the 20.40%, over one tenth rate slightly lower than the second quarter of this year.
Disaggregating data by nationality, the Spanish unemployment decreased in the third quarter at 43,800 persons (-1.24%) over the previous quarter, while foreigners are unemployed fell by 27,000 persons (-2.4 %). The unemployment rate of Spain is at 17.98 percent, two tenths less than the end of June, while that of foreigners fell by almost nine tenths, up 29.35 percent.
By sector, unemployment increased in the quarter in four of them, especially in the group of long-term unemployed, where unemployment rose by 61,200 persons (+3.3%). This group builds an increase in unemployment in the last year of 664,800 persons (+55%). Unemployment also rallied in the third quarter in the group of first-job seekers, with 16,600 more unemployed persons (+4.6%).
In the other sectors registered declines in unemployment. The dndant was more of the building, where unemployment fell by 66,500 persons (-12.6%), followed by services, with 57,100 fewer unemployed (-3.9%) industry, which saw their numbers decrease 21,600 people unemployed in (-8.1%) and agriculture, where low unemployment by 3,400 persons (-1.4%).
Only create employment services
The creation of employment recorded in the third quarter of the year only affected the services sector, which generated 144 000 jobs between July and September. In all other occupied areas were lost, the building is in the lead, which destroyed 31,600 jobs (-1.8%), followed by agriculture, with 24,100 fewer jobs (-3.1%) and industry, which destroyed 18,300 jobs (-0.7%).
Between July and September, the number of salaried workers increased 92,900 (+0.60%), but this increase was concentrated in temporary employment. Thus, in the third quarter, temporary employees increased by 127,800 people, up 3.3 percent over the second quarter, while it destroyed 34,900 permanent jobs (-0.3%).
Unlike the previous quarter, all the jobs created between July and September was a full-time (196 600 new jobs), 1.2 percent more, compared with a fall of 126,700 part-time jobs (5.1%). For its part, the self-employed between July and September fell by 18,500 persons (-0.6%), bringing the total number of self-employed 3,085,400 people in
Low unemployment in thirteen communities
Unemployment low in the third quarter of thirteen autonomous communities, but Ceuta and Melilla, and climbed the rest, especially in Andalucia (25 500) and Murcia (21 000). Among the declines, the most significantMadrid were registered (18 000), Castilla-La Mancha (16 900) and Baleares (16,100).
In terms of occupation, this also fell in seven communities in the third quarter. The largest declines in employment is in Andalucia (43 400) and Murcia (15 500), while more high rises were recorded occupation in Cataluna (34,500 new jobs) and Galicia (25 100).