ANETI reports 7.6% decrease in hires in 2021

September 8, 2022

(TAP) - Recruitment operations carried out by the National Agency for Employment and Self-Employment (ANETI) saw 7.6% decline in 2021, because of the decrease in the number of job offers, following the spread of coronavirus.

According to the annual report of the agency, the number of hires reached 36,365 operations in 2021 against 38,750 in 2020. The beneficiaries are 63.4% women and 36.4% men.

Non-managerial jobseekers benefited of more than half of the recruitment in businesses in 2021. Job seekers in management positions accounted for 45.6% of the total in 2021, up 2.8%.

Half of all hires were in the service sector in 2021, particularly in the education, health, and business services sectors. The largest number of recruitments was recorded in the coastal areas with 80% of total recruitments.

The number of recruitment contracts abroad has also recorded a 25% decline, as the number of contracts abroad reached 1,419 against 1,900 in 2020. This is explained, according to the report, by the COVID-19 pandemic which forced several countries, including the traditional destinations of Tunisians, such as France, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to close their borders,

The influx on employment offices dropped 8.5% in 2021 between May 2021 and September 2021, according to the same report, with 460,000 job applications, against more than 488,000 in 2020.


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