According to the data published by the Social Security, the affiliation in the archipelago increased by 1,196 additional troops during the month of June, which means an increase in employment of 0.15% compared to the previous month.

In the whole of the State, the affiliation has also increased, observing an increase of 0.39% (75,584 more jobs than in the previous month).

As expected, The creation of employment in June was mainly concentrated in health and social services activities, with 1,137 new registrants due to the increase in hiring to fill vacancies in the summer period; and also in commercial activities (+742 workers); and the hotel industry (+680 affiliations). The construction also registered a remarkable growth, with 577 more affiliates than in the month of May.

On the other hand, other branches of services such as education and transport, which during the summer months always reduce the level of activity, reduced the number of affiliates in 962 jobs in the first case, and in 465 in the second, in the course of the month reference.

Compared to the data of June of a year ago, the affiliation in the Islands experienced an advance of 2.47%, adding 19,546 new registrations, until accounting for a total of 810,839 workers in a situation of high labor in the Canary Islands.

On the other hand, unemployment data that have also been published today, show that unemployment in the Canary Islands has decreased by 1.63% monthly in the month of June (3,358 fewer unemployed), in line with the behavior that also has shown the series in the national total, where a decrease of the order of 2.07% was evidenced (63,805 unemployed less).

This fall in unemployment has been the result, basically, of the evolution of services, which saw a decrease of 1.40% (2,194 fewer unemployed), compared to the previous month; and the decrease of 4.83% (-828 fewer unemployed) than the group without previous employment.

In year-on-year terms, all services and construction appreciated the most notable setbacks in unemployment, with negative variations of 2.35% (-3,716 claimants) and of 3.68% (-750 unemployed), respectively, with what Canarias closed the month of June with an interannual reduction in unemployment of 2.83%, 5,911 unemployed less than in the same month of last year, computing a total of 202,683 unemployed.


In monthly terms, unemployment fell sharply in services, with 2,194 fewer members in unemployment (-1,40%); and to a lesser extent, in construction, with 153 less unemployed (-0.77%); in the agrarian sector, where it fell by 133 troops (-2.77%); and in the industry, where the decline was 50 unemployed (-0.64%). Likewise, the group without previous employment also experienced a decrease of 828 claimants (-4.83%).

In comparison with the June data of 2018, unemployment also decreased in all sectors, especially in the set of services, in which 3,716 unemployed people were less than in June of the previous year (-2.35%). After this, the construction was placed, in which 750 fewer unemployed were registered (-3.68%); agriculture, with 332 fewer workers unemployed (-6.64%); and the industrial sector, which showed an interannual contraction of 294 unemployed (-3.65%). The group without previous employment also pointed a decrease of 819 cash (-4.78%), in relation to the same month of 2018.

In terms of average affiliation to Social Security, the data by sectors indicate that the construction observed a significant monthly increase in the Canary Islands, with 577 additional additions. Next, the services are located, which together, registered 488 new affiliates during the month of June, highlighting, as already indicated, the increases in health (+1,137 cash), trade (+742 new highs), and the hotel industry (+680 more members).

Likewise, the industry observed a growth of 123 members, while agriculture appreciated an increase of 7 workers.

In interannual terms, the increase in the services sector is significant, with 15,805 additional registrations, especially in health and social services activities, with 4,430 more affiliations than the previous year, and in education, where 2,427 members were more than twelve months ago. In the same sense, although with less intensity, the construction also stood out, with 1,943 more registrations, followed by agriculture (+931 employees) and industry (+867 affiliates).

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