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Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM) releases today on its official statistics website data on public employment in the Autonomous Region of Madeira, for the 4rd quarter 2017

These data is provided by the Directorate-General for Administration and Public Employment, which releases two regular publications, SIEP (Synthesis of Public Employment Statistics) and BOEP (Bulletin of Public Employment Statistics). The latest issue of SIEP was released on the 15th February and refers to the last quarter of 2017, while BOEP has the reference date of 30th June 2017, and part of the following analysis is also based on this publication.

Number of persons working in the Regional Government of Madeira at the end of 2017 stood at 19,105

The provisional data show that at 31/12/2017 there were 19,105 persons working in the Regional Government of Madeira. Compared with the previous quarter this represents an increase of 74 persons and a decrease of 195 persons vis-à-vis the same day of 2016. At 31/12/2011 the number of persons working in the Regional Government of Madeira stood at 21,354 and this figure has tendentially decreased. The decline in public employment between the end of 2011 and the end of 2017 was 10.5%.

The balance between incomings and outgoings of workers in the Regional Government of Madeira was -393 in 2012, -440 in 2013, -517 in 2014, -399 in 2015, -305 in 2016 and -195 in 2017.

The mean age of the workers in June 2017 was 47.0 years (46.3 a year before) and 57.2% of those workers had higher education.

In October 2017, the average monthly basic salary was €1,401.5, up by 1.1% from a year ago, while the average monthly earnings stood at €1,617.5, a 2.6% increase from October 2016.

 

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