In 2022, formal employment surpassed 13 million people

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Due to the increase in registered private work, the Monotax and the Social Monotax, during 2022, regular employment increased from 12,468,856 to 13,076,773 workers: an increase of 607,917 jobs.

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Of this total, the Monotributo Sociale, with 171,512 more registrations (+39.7%), and the Monotributo with another 116,619 registrations (6.6%) dealt with Just over half of that growth

Meanwhile, the total number of employed workers increased by 313,400an increase of 3.2%.

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“This increase is mainly due to the expansion of the private sector (+4.4%263.5 thousand people) and, secondly, to the growth of public sector (+1.5%, 51,000 more jobs). work in private homes had a fall 0.2% compared to the same month of the previous year (1,100 fewer workers)”, according to the Report of the Ministry of Labour.

For its part, the number of taxpayers to the scheme of the self-employed “presented a moderate increase (+1.6%)”.

The Labor Report specifies that “although, over the last year, the vast majority of economic sectors have expanded their employment levels (12 of the 14 sectors where the economy is disaggregated), it is highlighted that four activities explain 79% of the total of formal wage labor created in the year 2022: Trade (25% of total employment created between December 2021 and December 2022), Construction (twentyone%), Industry (17%) and Hotels and restaurants (16%)”.

The Report instead states that 2022 “is the year in which the highest number of person incorporations occurs (in net terms) to private employment registered since 2009 (period in which the statistical series begins). Indeed, between December 2021 and December 2022, the employee registered as private increased by 263 thousand people”.

Looking ahead, the Report indicates that “companies’ net expectations in relation to staffing for the next three months keep being positive (2.9%)”.

And he adds: “It is worth noting that positive expectations have been recorded for the recruitment of personnel continuously since February 2021, i.e. in 24 consecutive months”.

In relation to wage agreements, the Report states that “in the main collective labor agreements that have entered into wage agreements for a period of validity of approximately 12 months (between 11 and 13 months), the average wage increase in parity for the year 2022 has reached 104%, a notable increase higher compared to that observed in the last year by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) (94.8%)”.

Furthermore, taking into account that the validity periods defined in the salary agreements are different from the calendar year, a significant part of the increases defined in the 2022 paritarias enters into force in the first months of 2023. Therefore, “considering only the increases established in the 2022 paritarias, the average salary of the major agreements will increase by 20% between December 2022 and March 2023”.

Source: Clarin

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