At least 15,592 citizens were employed in 2018, in various sectors of the country, with emphasis on commercial activities, service provision, agriculture, mining, construction and industry.
Data from the Ministry of Public Administration, Labor and Social Security (MAPTSS), which ANGOP had access to, indicate that there were an increase of 633 new workers.
By 2017, only 14,959 jobs were created. The number of jobs created in 2018 is the result of the 10,135 economic and productive units registered by MAPTSS.
Employment services registered 12,529 job vacancies this year, as opposed to 14,729 in 2017.
The document also informs that 6,627 citizens were trained in Entrepreneurship and Basic Business Management courses, within the framework of the ministry’s program called Entrepreneurship in the Community.