Mercoledì, 26 Settembre 2018

Most of Italy's new jobs created by small companies


Venice, August 14 - Small companies with fewer than
50 employees created over 64% of new jobs in Italy between 2001
and 2011, according to a study by the Mestre-based association
of small artisans CGIA released on Wednesday.
The study did not consider public employment and the
agricultural sector.
Small businesses were most dynamic in the centre and south,
CGIA said, with the Lazio region around Rome topping the list
with a 17.4% increase in new jobs offered by small companies,
followed by Calabria's 14.4% and Sicily's 14%.
Overall, small companies created more than twice as many
jobs as businesses employing more than 50 workers - almost
457,200 compared to the 212,600 offered by larger companies
operating in the private sector (except agriculture) - the study
Medium-sized companies employing between 50 and 249 people
only created 41,354 new jobs.
Overall, out of the 711,178 new hires in the 2001-2011
decade, 64.3% were employed by small companies with less than 50
employees, 5.8% by medium-sized companies - 50 to 249 workers -
and 29.9% by large companies with more than 250 workers, CGIA

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