Martedì, 16 Ottobre 2018

Nearly nine million Italians in labor difficulty, study says


Rome, May 20 - The number of Italy's workforce
suffering from some form of labor difficulty, from
underemployment to unemployment, is nearly nine million, a new
study reported Monday.
According to the Ires research group, who was commissioned
by the CGIL labor union confederation, 4.57 million Italians are
either unemployed, have given up looking for a job or are
receiving unemployment benefits for temporary layoffs as of the
last quarter of 2012.
In addition, 4.17 million people are employed under
temporary or part-time contracts.
According to forecasts released earlier this month by
national statistics agency Istat, unemployment will rise to
11.9% this year, up 1.2% in 2012, and climb further still in
2014 to reach 12.3%.
Youth employment reached 38.4% in March, 3.2% higher than
the same month in 2012, according to Istat

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