Social Security ended December 2019 with 2.12 million foreign workers, 132,133 more than in the same month of 2019 or an inter-annual increase of 6.63%.
According to data released on Tuesday by the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, compared to November, the number of employed persons with foreign nationality rose by 1,527 workers, 0.07%.
By regimes, the majority of foreign affiliates are framed in the general with 1.77 million followed by the self-employed, with 346,375 affiliates.
By nationality, 1.27 million come from countries outside the European Union and the rest of the EU countries.
Of the total figure, 1.19 are men and 925.762 are women.
By country, the most numerous groups of foreign workers come from Romania (341,530), Morocco (268,239), Italy (126,151) and China (108,945).
By regions, and in inter-annual terms, the affiliation of foreigners increased in all the autonomous communities with Galicia, with 10.42%; Basque Country, 9.75%, and Navarra, 9.38% as those that have added more foreigners in the last year.