In November, the number of employed persons of foreign origin has decreased by 26,317 (-1.22%).

By regimes, the majority of foreign affiliates are framed in the General Regime, 1,773,130 (this data includes the Special Agrarian System, with 214,518 employed, and that of Hogar, with 167,948). They are followed by the Autonomous Workers Regime, with 345,792 affiliates, the Special Regime of the Sea, with 4,491, and that of Coal, with 41.

Among foreign affiliates to Social Security in November, 1,268,384 come from countries outside the European Union and the rest (855,070) from community countries. Of the total figure, 1,195,964 are men and 927,490 are women.

The largest groups of foreign workers come from Romania (342,839), Morocco (265,029), Italy (126,473) and China (108,598). They are followed by national workers from Colombia (75,048), Ecuador (73,543), United Kingdom (69,508), Venezuela (64,735) and Bulgaria (60,152).

Autonomous communities

In interannual terms, the affiliation of foreigners increases in all the autonomous communities. Galicia (10.29%), the Basque Country (9.87%) and Navarra (9.63%) are the autonomies that more workers of foreign origin have added in the last year. Next are Castilla y León (8.71%), Cantabria (8.62%) and Aragón (8.04%).

In the last month, the affiliation of foreigners has increased in the Valencian Community (2.88%), Region of Murcia (2.26%), Andalusia (1.85%), Canary Islands (1.37%) and Madrid (1.12%). The affiliation of foreigners decreases in the other autonomies, particularly in the Balearic Islands (-24.37%), Extremadura (-12.11%) and Castilla y León (-9.10%).

The affiliation of foreigners by autonomous communities is distributed as follows:

Ministry of Labor, Migration and Social Security

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