The province closed the year 2022 with an employment increase of 75 thousand.

All sectors except agriculture improved their results. According to the information given, The activity with the highest increase in 2022 was services.Another 37,000 people were employed, bringing the total figure to 618,900. This was followed by the industry with 27,600 new jobs and 131,100 on a global scale, and the construction sector, which reached 68,100 with an increase of 14,100. The good memory of tourism, the gradual revival of the industrial sector and the intense activity in home buying and selling are factors that affect these results.

On the other hand, the number of people employed in agriculture decreased by 4 thousand 500 people.Until 14,200 remain, this is something that should be attributed to bad harvests caused by different meteorological events.

Agriculture was the only sector that lost its job, as it had 18,700 at the end of September, compared to the previous quarter. Others improved their numbers, as evidenced by the fact that industry has 121,700 employees, construction 62,300 and services 610,400.

Source: Informacion

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