Social Security has won inCanary Islands10,192 affiliates in September, which meant 1.29 percent more than a month ago, standing at 799,237 contributors, as reported on TuesdayMinistry of Labor,Migrations and Social Security.
As for the interannual data, the system registered 28,347 more affiliates in the archipelago than a year ago, which in percentage terms represented a growth of 3.68 percent.
By regimes, the General continues to encompass the largest number of affiliates in the Canary Islands, with 668,892, followed byself-employedwith 123,715 and of the Sea Workers with 6,630.
Regarding the national set, theSocial SecurityIn September it gained an average of 22,899 affiliates (+ 0.1%), its third best figure in this month since 2000, until the total number of employed persons stood at 18,862,713 contributors.
In the last year, the number of contributors has increased by 526,551 members, at a rate of 2.87%, driven mainly by the General Scheme, which has added 489,743 workers since September 2017 (+ 3.2%), and by the Autonomous Regime, which has gained 37,398 members in the last year (+ 1.1%), its biggest increase in the last three years.
As usual after the end of the summer season and the beginning of school activity, education was the sector where affiliation grew the most in September, with 53,308 employed, while hotels and commerce accounted for the biggest decreases when losing 39,227 and 31,963 occupied, respectively.
In the ninth month of the yearGeneral Regimeit gained 20,135 affiliates, 0.1% more than in August, up to a total of 15,539,604 contributors.
For its part, theAutonomous Regime (RETA)It added 4,395 employed persons in September (+ 0.1%), its biggest increase in this month since 2007, bringing the total number of affiliates to this regime to 3,253,670 workers.