From July to September, temporary employment (+ 29 500, + 5 %) and the tertiary sector excluding interim (+ 26 600, + 0.2 per cent) remained the main locomotives of the employment.
The French economy has registered a sixth consecutive quarter of net job creation merchants, with 51 to 200 new positions (+ 0.3 percent) at the 3e quarter of 2016, a level unseen since the crisis of 2008, according to final figures from Insee published Thursday.
Insee confirms to the period of its provisional estimates published in November (52 200 posts) in the non-agricultural market sector, which had not created as many jobs over a quarter since the 3e quarter of 2007.
About a year, the creations net job in the private sector to reach 178 700 at the end of September, a figure revised sharply up compared to the previous estimate (145 100) and the highest level since early 2008. The French private sector is the creator of net new jobs created since now has five consecutive quarters.
This is due to the ” scale “ of the declaration sociale nominative, which leads companies to change the level of staffing they say, and has led to a revision upwards of the creations of jobs in the 1st quarter 2016 (+ 47 000), a-t-explained to the Insee.
Destruction of jobs in the industry
From July to September, temporary employment (+ 29 500, + 5 %) and the tertiary sector excluding interim (+ 26 600, + 0.2 per cent) remained the main locomotives of the job. In total in the tertiary sector merchant, the momentum has been stronger than the previous quarter (56 200 jobs, + 0.5 percent), after + 38 800 in the 2e quarter.
The evolution of the tertiary sector has largely offset the destruction of jobs, which continue in the industry (− 4 700, − 0,2 %, after a − 7 500 in the 2nd quarter). In construction, the number of jobs was virtually stable (− 300, after 1 900 in the previous quarter). Year on year, the industry has lost more jobs than construction (26 200 6 800).