Compared to the provisional estimate published on August 5, these results are down slightly (-9,500 jobs) compared to the first quarter, but the relative trend remains unchanged (0.5%).
In the first quarter, private salaried employment increased by 0.4% (88,200).
In total, at the end of June 2022, private salaried employment exceeded its level before the health crisis, at the end of 2019, by 3.8%, or 767,400 jobs. With public employment, the increase is 3.2% or 832,000 jobs.
In detail, in the second quarter, the interim, compass of the employment market, fell by 2.5% (-20,500) after a decline of 1.9% in the first quarter (-15,800). However, temporary employment remains slightly above its level at the end of 2019 (1.6%).
In the commercial tertiary sector, excluding temporary work, private salaried employment continued to increase sharply in the second quarter: 0.8% or 93,200 jobs, after 0.7% in the previous quarter.
This dynamism explains most of the increase in total salaried employment, both over the quarter and over one year. The accommodation and catering sector contributed the most to the overall increase over the quarter (29,800 jobs).
Industrial employment (excluding temporary workers) increased by 0.3% in the second quarter of 2022 and by 1.1% over one year. It thus regains its pre-crisis level (0% compared to the end of 2019).
In construction, salaried employment was stable in the second quarter of 2022, at a higher level of 6.3% compared to the end of 2019.
Finally, salaried employment in the non-market tertiary sector barely increased in the second quarter of 2022 (0.1% or 12,300 jobs), which brings the increase to 0.5% over one year and 2.1% compared to the end 2019.