Juanma Moreno’s Junta de Andalucía saw unemployment fall by 56,800 people in 2022, which is almost a 7% lower rate than in 2021. According to data from the Active Population Survey (EPA), in absolute terms , employment grew in the community by more than 11,400 positions, which is 0.35% more than a year earlier.
The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, highlighted this Thursday that the Andalusian autonomous community had been, in absolute terms, the one that has created the most employment over the past year, data that he has described as “good ones”Although, he added, “much remains to be done.”
He has indicated so Morenoin an assessment of the data from the Active Population Survey (EPA) known this Thursday, in his speech at the act of laying the first stone of the research building UGR-Dones in Escúzar with the assistance, among other authorities, of the rector of the University of Granada, Pilar Aranda Ramírez, and the mayor of this municipality in the metropolitan area of Granada, Antonio Arrabal.
The acquaintance this Thursday “it is not a usual fact” or, “at least, it has not always been”, Moreno has pointed out, who has expressed his “satisfaction” and “pride” for this, although he has recognized, however, that in Andalusia there is an “unemployment rate sufficiently high” to continue working on attracting investment and wealth, which “is the only thing that produces well-being and employment”.
So, the Junta will continue to strive to attract the “business sector” to Andalusia and “awaken talent” so that all this ends up “generating wealth, which is what we all want”.
Unemployment in Andalusia fell by 56,800 people in 2022, which is 6.92 percent less than in 2021, while employment grew by 11,400 jobs (+0.35 percent), according to data from the EPA published this Thursday by the National Institute of Statistics.
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