Temporality remains one of the main handicaps of the Spanish labor market. An evil that seems to have taken root in public administrations. The Central Independent Trade Union and Officials (CSIF), the most representative union of the public employees group, has warned that The various State administrations have registered a total of 901,300 temporary jobs in the second quarter of the year, which already represents 28.2% of the total number of their staff.
This percentage exceeds the temporality registered in the private sector by almost two points, which implies a level of precariousness in public employment never seen in recent decades. This endemic condition of the public system is aggravated by the 19,100 jobs lost in the last quarter, according to data from the Survey of Active Population prepared by the INE. Currently, the staff of public administrations have 3,194,500 people, still dragging a deficit of 112,100 jobs since the third quarter of 2011, when the ceiling was touched on the occupation and cuts in this area began.
Given these data, CSIF demands that a stable government be launched as soon as possible to promote a new agenda of improvements in administrations with a medium-term human resources plan, the creation of quality employment and the day of 35 hours per week, among other points. Although this reinforcement of public services will have to wait after the failed inauguration of the acting president Pedro Sánchez.
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