Payroll employment : according to provisional figures, job losses decelerated in Q4 2009Flash estimate of payroll employment - 4th Quarter 2009

After a loss of 76,100 jobs in Q3 2009, payroll employment in principally market sectors went down too in Q4: –56,500.

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Paru le : 12/02/2010
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Payroll employment in principally market sectors down by 56,500 in Q4 2009

After a loss of 76,100 jobs in Q3 2009, payroll employment in principally market sectors went down too in Q4: –56,500.

In the principally market sectors, employment decreased by 0.4% q-o-q and by 2.5% y-o-y.

Tableau 1 – Payroll employment change in the competitive sector : thousands…

SA data in thousands
Payroll employment change in the competitive sector : thousands…
Change in 3 months Change in 1 year Level
2009 2009 2009 2009
Q3 Q4 Q4 Q4
Total competitive sector (*) -61,3 nd nd nd
Principally market sectors -76,1 -56,5 -412,0 16019,0
Goods-producing industries excl. Construction -45,4 -52,9 -196,1 3316,4
Manufacturing -45,5 -47,0 -192,1 2949,9
Construction -13,1 -14,9 -53,1 1427,9
Services -17,5 11,3 -162,8 11274,7
of which : Temporary employment 36,9 28,4 -19,5 501,9
Principally non-market sectors 14,8 nd nd nd

    Tableau 12 – ... Percentage

    SA data in %
    ... Percentage
    Change in 3 months Change in 1 year
    2009 2009 2009
    Q3 Q4 Q4
    Total competitive sector (*) -0,3 nd nd
    Principally market sectors -0,5 -0,4 -2,5
    Goods-producing industries excl. Construction -1,3 -1,6 -5,6
    Manufacturing -1,5 -1,6 -6,1
    Construction -0,9 -1,0 -3,6
    Services -0,2 0,1 -1,4
    of which : Temporary employment 8,5 6,0 -3,7
    Principally non-market sectors 0,8 nd nd
    • (*) Excl. Agriculture and public employees in non-markets sectors (administration, health, education and social activity); na: not available
    • Source : INSEE

    Graph1_ – Payroll employment in principally market sectors