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EMPLOYMENT
Largest employment growth in Podkarpacie

Employment in EU regions in 2016 Employment grew in 8 out of 10 EU regions


In 2016, 231 of the EU regions (84%) saw their employment grow in 2016. In 32 other regions, the number of persons employed decreased and in a further 12 employment remained stable. Growth in employment varied widely across the EU regions and within countries. The highest employment growth rates were recorded in Podkarpacie (+7.9%) and Opolskie (+5.9%) in Poland, Ciudad Autónoma de Melilla (+4.8%) in Spain and Pomorskie and Warmińsko-Mazurskie (both +4.7%) in Poland.
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At the opposite end of the scale, the biggest decreases in employment were registered in Nord-Est (-3.8%) and Sud-Vest Oltenia (-3.0%) in Romania, Wielkopolskie (-2.5%) in Poland, Severoiztochen (-2.3%) in Bulgaria and Śląskie (-2.2%) in Poland. In the EU as a whole, the employment grew by 1.2% in 2016. These data on regional employment, compiled on the basis of the National Accounts, are published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.

At the opposite end of the scale, the biggest decreases in employment were registered in Nord-Est (-3.8%) and Sud-Vest Oltenia (-3.0%) in Romania, Wielkopolskie (-2.5%) in Poland, Severoiztochen (-2.3%) in Bulgaria and Śląskie (-2.2%) in Poland. In the EU as a whole, the employment grew by 1.2% in 2016. These data on regional employment, compiled on the basis of the National Accounts, are published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.

Largest employment growth in Podkarpacie

In 21 EU regions, the employment growth exceeded 3%.  Six of these regions were located in Poland and in the United Kingdom, two each in Italy and Spain and one each in Hungary, Portugal, Cyprus, Malta and Slovakia. In these regions, employment grew by a total of 604 000 persons. In 32 EU regions (11% of the regions), the number of employed people decreased in 2016. In 17 of these regions, the number of employed fell by more than 1%. Six of these regions were located in Poland, four in the United Kingdom, three in Romania, two in Bulgaria and one in each Greece and Italy. Employment decreased by 278 000 persons in these twenty regions.

Highest number of employed people per population in Inner London – West

The number of employed people divided by population can indicate different demographic and labour market situations across regions (differences in active population and unemployment rates) and show commuting flows to or from certain regions, as employment statistics are based on the place of work while population data are based on residency. This indicator can help explain some of the variations in GDP per capita. For the EU as a whole, the employment per population ratio is 45%. In 10 regions, it exceeds 60%, with the highest percentages in Inner London – West (169%), Luxembourg (72%), Prague and Bratislava (both 71%). On the other hand, in 11 regions, the employment per population ratio is below 33%. The lowest percentages are in the French oversees departments of Mayotte (19%), Guyane (21%) and Guadeloupe (29%), in Sicilia (30%) in Italy and Outer London - East & North East (31%) in the United Kingdom.

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