TheSocial Security lost 29,554 foreign contributors in November, 1.4% less in relation to the previous month, until thenumber of immigrantsin high in 1,981,080 employed, reported Thursday the Ministry of Labor, Migration and Social Security.
With the decline of November, the affiliation of foreigners to Social Security breaks withtwo consecutive monthsof promotions.
Of the total number of immigrants registered at the end of the penultimate month of the year,1,650,745 quoted in the General Scheme; 325,856 in Autonomous; 4,410 in the Sea Regime, and 69 in the Carbon Regime.
In year-on-year terms, the number ofForeign affiliates increased in November7.8%, with 144,582 more employed than in the same month of 2017.
Of the total of contributing foreign workers, themore numerous groups come from Romania(336,530), Morocco (249,120), Italy (111,493) and China (104,806). They are followed by workers from Ecuador (72,325), the United Kingdom (66,094), Colombia (63,026), Bulgaria (58,533) and Portugal (52,337).