The National Statistics Institute (INE) published the Eneko National Employment (ENE) for the quarter-on-quarter quarter of November 2018, which is 0.3% more than the same month of the previous year, registered in the national unemployment rate. But it was 0.3 percentage points lower than in the previous quarter, September-October.
Unemployment increased by 6.7%, unemployment (4.7%) and job demand (25.1%).
Compared to the previous quarter, according to the unemployment rate, the rate of deviation of 7.1% was altered by the INE.
As regards the part of the registered employee, 12.5% increased in 12 months, compared to 42,149 people. Public employees (2.8%) and private employees (0.5%) are the categories with the highest impact on unemployment.
The year-on-year increase in jobs was mainly due to 45 hours per week (1.5%) and part-time (2.1%), those who voluntarily opted for the modality (4.1%).