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The Regional Directorate of Statistics (DREM) releases today on its website the update of the Time Series on Lists of Personnel with data for 2015.

It should be noted that this time series begins at 1995.

These data comes from the statistical compilation of information provided by the Annex A of the Single Report which contains data about the social activity of the enterprise. In the scope of this statistical operation, in 2015, 41.8 thousand  employees  (full time and full paid) were counted in the establishments located in the Autonomous Region of Madeira. Compared with 2014, there was a 1.2% increase.

In 2015, the tertiary sector concentrated the vast majority of employees (81.2%). 18.0% of the employees worked in the secondary sector and 0.8% in the primary sector. Since 1995, there has been a trade-off between the secondary and tertiary sectors. While the employees in establishments of the secondary sector dropped from 34.1% in 1995 to 18.0% in 2015, the employees in establishments of the tertiary sector increased from 65.3% to 81.2% in that same period.

In 2015, 52.8% of the employees were male and 47.2% female.

By size class, the largest increase between 2014 and 2015 was registered in enterprises with 500 employees and over (+6.7%) and in those with 10-19 employees (+6.5%).

The mean monthly earning in 2015 stood at 1,058.26€, almost unchanged from the previous year (€1.057,98). Male employees (€1.160,49) had a higher earning than female employees (€944.05). The gap between genders has been shrinking during the 1995-2015 period. While in 1995, women earned 77.7% of the earnings of male employees, this ratio rose to 81.4% in 2015.

The level of education is an important factor of differentiation among employees. The employees with a lower level of education (below basic education) have a lower mean monthly earning (€787.65). Between those with the 4th (€875.65) and 9th grade (€890.81), the gap is not pronounced but it widens for those with secondary education (€1,049.58). Holding a graduate degree allows a significant increase in the mean monthly earning (€1,815,22). The employees with a PhD have the highest earning (€2.061,48).

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