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The dramatic impact of the crisis on the labour market in 12 key figures

The crisis of the sars coronavirus, it is known, is unprecedented and the figures of its impact on the labour market attest to that each week. Here are a few that allow, to those who would still be convincing, the scale of the shock suffered.

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according To the economic barometer of the Acoss, the federation of Urssaf in charge of collecting social contributions in business, the declarations for the hiring of more than a month (outside of acting) have decreased from 64.9% in April , never seen, after a first pullback of a new 24.9% in march. The decline over a long period is impressive and shows the magnitude of the lost ground to regain: -73,8% over three months and -73% year on year.

The ministry of Labour has also posted this on Wednesday, some interesting facts, drawn from the second edition of the survey Acemo special Covid, realized with the support of INSEE from companies with more than 10 employees, on the labour market in April. It is thus clear that 45% of employees were employed last month, in a company whose activity is completely stopped or has been reduced by half . Nearly one out of two employees!

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Dares note a slight improvement in the distribution between working face-to-face, distance work and inactivity. Thus, one-third of the employees worked the last month on site (against a quarter-end march) , a fifth was in partial unemployment (versus a quarter at the end of march), one-quarter home-based (as of end-march) and other leave (with pay, sickness...) . Better, on the whole of the month of April, no less than 832 million hours of work have been unemployed , equivalent to 2.8 weeks of work 35h per employee. As to the hope of recovery... it is more than random: a third of companies do not believe in a return to normal in 3 months , and a quarter is unable to give a date.

5.4 billion hours working

according To the barometer published weekly by the rue de Grenelle, in any 12.7 million people were unemployed, part-19 may , or 300.000 more than last week, in the wake of 1.3 million of prior applications filed (+34,000 is in a week) by a little more than a million companies. Records that relate to 5.4 billion of the total requests for working hours from the beginning of the crisis , and 430 working hours required, on average, per employee, equivalent to more than 12 weeks at 35 hours a week.

In detail, 47% of the employees that is the subject of a request for part-time workers (the other name of the device for partial unemployment) since the 1st of march work in businesses with fewer than 50 employees . In contrast, those who work in businesses of 250 employees or more account for 33% of the employees partial. Not surprisingly, the three sectors (services activities specialised, scientific and technical services administrative and support; trade; and construction) concentrated about 50% of requests for prior authorisation of personnel concerned and of the working hours requested since march 1, . Finally, Île-de-France and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes earn a little more than one-third of the cases filed, the number of employees concerned and the working hours requested since march 1, .

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The entries in the supported contracts are, finally, still in free fall: -75% of requests for aid sent to Pôle Emploi for jobs in chf after the first four weeks of the confinement, at least 200 a week. 5000 entries in career employment skills (PECS) have been recorded since mid-march, including 400 on the last week, which represents a fall of 68% of the number of accumulated entries on the last two months compared to the same period in 2019.

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This is the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning for the coronavirus ?

Salluste10le 20/05/2020 16:12

Here are the results:being able to cripple a planet for a virus that may be a little more virulent and contagious than the seasonal flu but that has not been more dead! As winston Churchill rightly noted:
"I do believe that to the statistics that I even manipulated!"

anonymele 20/05/2020 14:13

12.7 Million, and it increases again!!!!! mismanagement on all levels... and effect of the windfall obvious... even the comparison with the other countries.. "... whatever it is..." he said... he's not going to be disappointed...

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