(ASCA) - Rome, - In 2013, drops the number of workers with permanent contracts, especially among young people under the age of 30 in the last four years (2010-2013) have seen also decrease their overall share of employees from 18.9% to 15.9%. And 'what emerges from the report on social cohesion developed by Istat. The average number of employees with permanent contracts, says the Report, in 2013 and 'decreased compared to the previous year (-1.3%) to 10,352,343 share. The phenomenon has focused mainly on the workers more 'young people (under 30), which decreased by 9.4%. In the period 2010-2013 the weight of young people compared to all the employees with permanent contracts and 'increased from 16.8% to 14.0%. The employees as a whole has about 11 million in 2013 963 000 employees, down from the more than 12 million in the previous year, although the 2013 'should be considered provisional, as referring to the average of the first six months alone. The decrease relates to the whole country and is' particularly marked in the Islands (-5.2%) and South (-4.0%), while the center (-2.7%), the North-West (-1, 7%) and the Northeast (2.1%) have a minor fall. Increases the relative weight of the female share from 40.9% in 2010 to 41.9% in 2013. Among employees in 2013 and 'predominant component of the workers, who with 6,193,087 workers is 51.8% of the total, compared with 39.7% of employees, 3.7% of apprentices, 3.6 % of managers and 1% of managers.


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