salaried employment in France, overseas departments included, fell by 2.0% during the first quarter was marked by the repercussions of the crisis linked to the sars coronavirus. This represents a half-million jobs lost, according to data published Thursday by Insee.read also : Up to 26.000 employees of Lufthansa could lose their jobs
Over the period January-march, the French economy has destroyed 502.400 net new jobs, almost exclusively in the private sector with 497.400 destruction net employment (down 2.5%), the loss in the public sector is limited to 4900 jobs (0.1 per cent).
This fall, during a period marked by the onset of the confinement on the 17th of march, was driven primarily by the plunge in the interim (318.100 jobs destroyed, or a collapse of 40.4%). In detail, the decrease is sharply in the construction (-60,5%) and industry (-40,7%). Also, the employment folds strongly in the accommodation-catering (-50.600 jobs) and "services to households" (-37.400). Its decline is less accentuated in the transport (-12.200) and trade (-22.400 jobs).
With this decline, the largest since the beginning of this statistical series in 1990, temporary employment back to a level comparable to that of 2009, in the heart of the financial crisis, during which the decline of temporary employment was established that about 13%. Outside of acting, the decline in employment amounted to 0.7%, with 184.300 jobs destroyed.read also : amending Budget, jobs, growth... The government is reviewing its copy
The French economy is thus found in the beginning of the year in a situation of destruction, net employment for the first time since the beginning of the year 2015 and the employment is back to its lowest level since the fourth quarter of 2017.The editorial team conseilleCoronavirus : the 70,000 jobs are under threat in aviation in the United Kingdom, according to a étudeManpower expects a rebound of employment in the world by a an15 commentairesLE-PENENCHONle 11/06/2020 at 09:11
It was not necessary to confine the assets. They are the only ones to feed positively the crates. But, ONCE AGAIN, it has brought this country TO the WELL-BEING of our elders, who are ruining everything since 1970 !Scott75le 11/06/2020 at 08:57
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securities property, snoring .... Poor Figaro, Poor France
A study of OECD countries shows that france will be a country more affected than others by the collapse of the economy. Why? Because the containment was too strong for too long. We would have had to confine that old. It is the young who pay the heavy price now. The suede has the same result without containment but at least the impact on the economy is marginal. It is a country with a geriatric. With the arrival in end-of-life boomers, the number of deaths is not so high as that. The mortality of the future will be similar even without a virus just because it is starting to have a lot of old in this country!Read the 15 comments