400 more vacant jobs in Q2, against the first three months

The number of jobs available in the second quarter of the year reached 27,700, up 400 against the previous quarter and 3,400 from April-June 2010, most of them being in the processing industry and the least being provided by the extractive industry, reads a press release issued by the National Statistics Institute (INS). Almost one third of these jobs (9,000) are in the processing industry, little over 11 pc in the health and welfare sector (3,100) and almost 11 pc in the public administration (3,000). Together with Education (400 jobs), the public sector provides almost one in four vacant jobs (23.8 pc). The lowest number of free jobs is available in the extractive sector, and the production and supplying of electricity, thermal energy, gas, hot water and air conditioned (20 and 80 jobs, respectively).

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