Vacancies' rate drops 0.50 pctPublish date: 03-03-2010
The vacant jobs rate continued to decrease reaching a 0.50 percent level in the last quarter of 2009, a National Institute of Statistics release sent to Agerpres informs.The vacant jobs rate represents the percentage ratio between the number of job vacancies and the total number of jobs (vacant and non-vacant, except for the blocked ones or those kept for promotions inside the company or institution).
The highest labour force demand was registered in the fields of health and social care, public administration, financial brokerage and insurances.The lowest value of the vacant jobs rate was recorded in the extractive industry, Horeca and real estate transactions.
Employers' most wanted positions were those of specialists with scientific and intellectual occupations - major group 2 and operative workers in services, trade and assimilated workers - major group 5.The smallest number of jobs was directed to the Executive's lawmakers, high-rank leaders in the public administration, directors and high-rank public servants in the social-economic and political units - major group 1, craftsmen and workers qualified in trades such as handicraft, equipment and installation control and maintenance - major group 7.
The research was carried out on a sample of 24,000 social-economic units. The number of employees in the companies excluded from the research study (0-3 employees) represents roughly 7.92 percent of the total number of employees in the economic sector.
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