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Employment structure by economic activity

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Employment rate is defined as the percentage of working age population of a country which is employed. Open Data Albania has conducted a research on the structure of employment in non-agricultural sector and its performance in years, based on data from INSTAT. Structure of employment in non-agricultural enterprises according to the economic sectors, in 2009 is shown as follow:
                        

Source: INSTAT
Comments and analysis: ODA


For 2009, the non-agricultural sector that contributes the most in employment rate is “industry” (the processing industry plays the main role) with 31% of the total, and “trade” with 27% of the total jobs generated. “Construction” and “Transport-communication” occupy small percentage in terms of employment, with respectively 15% and 9% of the positions.
The performance of employment by major economic (non-agricultural) sectors is presented in the following graph:
 

Source: INSTAT
Comments and analysis: ODA


During 2008-2009 the industry sector has shown a decrease on employment levels, with a drop of 0.33%. Construction and the trade sector have slowed the growth rates by respectively 3% and 5%, relatively to the transport and service sector that have increased the number of employees by higher rates, 7% and 15% each.


Source: INSTAT
Comments and analysis: ODA


We conclude that governmental fiscal policies applied to different sectors of the economy should also take in consideration the impact of these policies in employment level of enterprises.

All the data on employment by major economic (non-agricultural) sectors is presented in the dynamic table below:


Source: INSTAT
Comments and analysis: ODA




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    Contributer: Mariola Kapedani
    Translated by: Mariola Kapedani
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