The number of people with registered work in the country grew 5% in June compared to the same month of 2021, adding a total of 12.69 million jobs, according to information from the Argentine Integrated Social Security System (SIPA).
In seasonally adjusted terms, registered work presented a positive variation of 0.5% in relation to last May, that is, 63.1 thousand more jobs; and, with respect to the same month of the previous year, it grew 5.0% (+607.2 thousand workers).
In turn, the new registered jobs created in recent times were distributed in an equitable framework, regardless of the location, qualification or work experience of the workers and workers in a situation of unemployment, informality or inactivity.
📈 In the first half of 2022, one of the periods of greatest formal job creation since 2009 was achieved. pic.twitter.com/jmGbrfCVQW
— Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Security (@MintrabajoAR) September 5, 2022
In June, 9.974 million people with registered salaried employment were counted, including the private sector, the public sector and work in private homes. There are also 2.725 million people with independent work, monotributistas and autonomous, the report specified.
June presents a generalized growth of employment in the different sectors of activity, since the variations were positive in 13 of the 14 sectors analyzed.
Among the branches of activity that showed the greatest monthly dynamism were Hotels and restaurants (+2.0%), Construction (+1.3%), Mining and quarrying (+0.7%), Commerce and repairs (+ 0.6%), and Manufacturing industries (+0.6%).