Unemployment rises in the Canary Islands by 1,193 people in July

Unemployment increased in the islands by 0.63 last month but fell by 24.7% compared to 2021

EFE The Gran Canarian palms

The number of people registered in the Canary Islands at the offices of the State Public Employment Service (SEPE) at the end of July was 1
91,437, that is, 1,193 more than the previous month, a monthly increase of 0.63%, but 62,664 less -24.66%-, than those recorded at the end of the seventh month of 2021.

In the province of
the palmswith 99,730 registered unemployed, unemployment increased
in July in 882 people0.89%, although the annual rate has fallen by 32,300, that is, 24.46%.

In
Santa Cruz of Tenerifethe unemployment data is significantly more positive, accounting for 91,707 registered unemployed at the end of July,
311 and 0.34% more than in the previous monthbut 30,364, 24.87%, less than in the same period of 2021, according to data released this Tuesday by the Ministry of Labor and Social Economy.

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