(브레이크뉴스인천 박상도 기자) 경인지방통계청이 2021년 1월 인천시 고용동향을 발표했다.
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2021년 1월 15세 이상 인구는 255만명으로 전년동월대비 1만 1천명(0.4%) 증가했다.
경제활동인구는 160만 5천명으로 전년동월대비 1만 9천명(-1.2%) 감소했고 경제활동참가율은 62.9%로 전년동월대비 1.1%p 하락했다.
비경제활동인구는 94만 6천명으로 전년동월대비 3만 1천명(3.4%) 증가했다.
비경제활동인구를 성별로 보면, 남자는 34만 4천명, 여자는 60만 2천명으로 전년동월대비 남자는 1만 4천명(4.3%), 여자는 1만 7천명(2.8%) 각각 증가했다.
취업자를 성별 및 산업별로 보면, 2021년 1월 취업자는 150만 5천명으로 전년동월대비 4만 7천명(-3.0%) 감소했다.
성별로 남자는 86만 2천명, 여자는 64만 3천명으로 남자는 전년동월대비 2만 6천명(-2.9%), 여자는 전년동월대비 2만 1천명(-3.1%) 각각 감소했다.
산업별로는 전년동월대비 도소매․숙박음식점업 4만 9천명(-13.7%), 사업․개인․공공서비스 및 기타 1만 6천명(-3.0%), 제조업 5천명(-1.7%) 각각 감소한 반면, 전기․운수․통신․금융업 2만 2천명(10.5%), 건설업 6천명(5.4%) 각각 증가했다.
직업별는 전년동월대비 서비스․판매종사자 5만 7천명(-14.4%), 사무종사자 2만 8천명(-9.0%) 각각 감소한 반면, 기능․기계조작․조립․단순종사자 3만 3천명(6.0%), 관리자․전문가 7천명(2.3%) 각각 증가했다.
종사상 지위별로 보면, 임금근로자는 122만 5천명, 비임금근로자는 28만명으로 나타났다.
임금근로자는 전년동월대비 2만 7천명(-2.1%) 감소했으며 이 중 임시근로자는 5만 6천명(-16.2%) 감소한 반면, 상용근로자는 1만 7천명(2.0%), 일용근로자는 1만 2천명(20.2%) 각각 증가했다.
비임금근로자는 전년동월대비 2만명(-6.7%) 감소했으며 이 중 무급가족종사자는 1만 3천명(-39.2%), 자영업자는 7천명(-2.5%) 각각 감소했다.
취업자를 취업시간대별로 보면, 36시간 미만 취업자는 25만명으로 전년동월대비 8천명(-3.2%), 36시간 이상 취업자는 119만 3천명으로 전년동월대비 6만 8천명(-5.4%) 각각 감소했다.
36시간 미만 취업자 중 1~17시간 취업자는 전년동월대비 1만 1천명(-13.9%) 감소한 반면, 18~35시간 취업자는 3천명(1.7%) 증가했다.
36시간 이상 취업자 중 36~52시간 취업자는 전년동월대비 1만 3천명(1.2%) 증가한 반면, 53시간 이상 취업자는 8만명(-34.8%) 감소했다.
일시휴직자는 6만 2천명으로 전년동월대비 2만 9천명(89.6%) 증가했고 주당 평균 취업시간은 39.1시간으로 전년동월대비 2.0시간 감소했다.
고용률를 보면 2021년 1월 고용률은 59.0%로 전년동월대비 2.1%p 하락했고 성별로 남자는 68.3%로 전년동월대비 2.4%p, 여자는 49.9%로 전년동월대비 1.8%p 각각 하락했다.
실업자를 보면, 2021년 1월 실업자는 9만 9천명으로 전년동월대비 2만 7천명(37.3%) 증가했고 성별로 남자는 5만 6천명으로 전년동월대비 1만 8천명(48.3%), 여자는 4만 4천명으로 전년동월대비 9천명(25.5%) 각각 증가했다.
실업률은 6.2%로 전년동월대비 1.7%p 상승했으며 성별로 보면, 남자는 6.1%로 전년동월대비 2.0%p, 여자는 6.4%로 전년동월대비 1.4%p 각각 상승했다.
아래는 위의 글를 구글번역이 번역한 영문의〈전문〉이다.【The following is an English <full text> translated by Google Translate.】
January 2021 Employment Trend of Incheon City
Compared to the same month of the previous year, the population aged 15 and over each increased, the number of inactive people employed for 36 hours or more decreased, the employment rate decreased, the unemployment rate increased
-Reporter Park Sang-do, Break News Incheon
The Gyeongin Regional Statistical Office announced the employment trends of Incheon in January 2021.
According to the data, when looking at the population aged 15 or older, the economically active population, and the economically active participation rate,
In January 2021, the population aged 15 and over was 2.55 million, an increase of 11,000 (0.4%) from the same month last year.
The economically active population was 1.65,000, down 19,000 (-1.2%) from the same month last year, and the economically active participation rate was 62.9%, down 1.1%p from the same month last year.
The inactive population was 946,000, an increase of 31,000 (3.4%) from the same month last year.
When looking at the inactive population by gender, the number of men increased by 344,000 and 62,000 women, up 14,000 men (4.3%) and 17,000 women (2.8%) compared to the same month last year.
Looking at the number of employed by gender and industry, the number of employed in January 2021 was 1.55,000, a decrease of 47,000 (-3.0%) from the same month last year.
By gender, there were 862,000 males and 643,000 females, down 26,000 males (-2.9%) from the same month last year, and 21,000 (-3.1%) females from the same month last year.
By industry, wholesale, retail and lodging and restaurant businesses decreased by 49,000 (-13.7%), business, private, public service and others 16,000 (-3.0%) and manufacturing (-1.7%) respectively, compared to the same month last year. ․Transportation, telecommunications and finance business increased by 22,000 (10.5%) and construction business by 6,000 (5.4%).
By occupation, service and sales workers decreased by 57,000 (-14.4%) and office workers by 28,000 (-9.0%) compared to the same month of the previous year, while 33,000 people (6.0%) were employed by skill, machine operation, assembly, and simple workers. ), and 7,000 managers and experts (2.3%), respectively.
By employment status, there were 1225,000 wage workers and 280,000 non-wage workers.
The number of wage workers decreased by 27,000 (-2.1%) from the same month of the previous year, of which temporary workers decreased by 56,000 (-16.2%), while regular workers (17,000 (2.0%)) and daily workers (1). 12,000 people (20.2%) each increased.
The number of non-wage workers decreased by 20,000 (-6.7%) compared to the same month last year, of which 13,000 (-39.2%) were unpaid family workers and 7,000 (-2.5%) were self-employed.
Looking at the number of employed employees by working hours, the number of employees employed for less than 36 hours was 250,000 (-3.2%) compared to the same month in the previous year, and 1193,000 people were employed for 36 hours or more, respectively, a decrease of 68,000 (-5.4%) compared to the same month last year. did.
Among those who were employed for less than 36 hours, the number of workers employed for 1 to 17 hours decreased by 11,000 (-13.9%) compared to the same month last year, while the number of those employed for 18 to 35 hours increased by 3,000 (1.7%).
Among those who worked for 36 hours or more, the number of those who worked 36 to 52 hours increased by 13,000 (1.2%) compared to the same month of the previous year, while the number of those who worked more than 53 hours decreased by 80,000 (-34.8%).
The number of temporary leavers was 62,000, an increase of 29,000 (89.6%) from the same month last year, and the average working hours per week was 39.1 hours, down 2.0 hours from the same month last year.
Looking at the employment rate, the employment rate in January 2021 was 59.0%, down 2.1%p from the same month last year, and by gender, males were 68.3%, 2.4%p and 49.9%, respectively, down 1.8%p from the same month last year.
Looking at the unemployed, the number of unemployed in January 2021 was 99,000, an increase of 27,000 (37.3%) from the same month of the previous year, and by gender, there were 56,000 males, 18,000 (48.3%), of the same month of the previous year, and women. Is 44,000, an increase of 9,000 (25.5%) from the same month last year.
The unemployment rate was 6.2%, up 1.7%p year-on-year, and by gender, men's was 6.1%, 2.0%p year-on-year, and women's 6.4%, up 1.4%p year-on-year.