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US News Ifo - Bavaria has the most short-time workers nationwide

11:10  15 october  2020
11:10  15 october  2020 Source:   de.reuters.com

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Berlin (Reuters) - According to the Ifo Institute, industrial Bavaria still has the highest number of short-time workers nationwide, despite a decline.

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The reduction in working hours applied there in September for around 14 (August: 18) percent of employees subject to social insurance, as the Munich researchers announced on Thursday. This reduced the number of short-time workers in Bavaria from one million to 825,000. "In countries with a lot of metal processing, mechanical engineering, car manufacturers and suppliers, there is more short-time work than elsewhere," explained Ifo labor market expert Sebastian Link.

In Baden-Württemberg, 610,000 people were on short-time work, or 13 percent of employees subject to social security contributions. In August it was 773,000 people, or 16 percent. North Rhine-Westphalia followed in September with eleven percent or 784,000 short-time workers. The national average is also eleven percent. Across Germany, the number of short-time workers was 3.7 million in September according to earlier Ifo data.

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