Guatemala: Labor Market Data

The Statistics Institute initiated the National Survey of Employment and Income (ENEI) to update the information dated from 2004.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Marciano Castillo, manager of the Institute, explained data will be available in November.

Lorena Alvarez of Elperiodico.com.gt, reports that according to results in ENEI 2004, unemployment affected 3.1 percent of economically active population (PEA) and visible underemployment was at 16.25 percent. In ENEI 2006 that percentage increased to 21 percent of EAP.

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