Information on Unemployment in the Czech Republic by June 30, 2013
By June 30, 2013 job offices registered altogether 540,473 job seekers. That is by 6,990 less than at the end of May 2013. The number of job seekers increased by 65,887 persons compared with the same period of the preceding year. The number of available job seekers (job seekers currently available for work) was 525,683 (525,100 in age 15 to 64 years).
In the course of June 30, job offices registered altogether 38,534 newcomers. That is by 1,963 job seekers less than in the preceding month and by 7,518 newly registered job seekers more than in June of the preceding year.
In June, job offices registration was terminated with 45,524 job seekers. New jobs have been taken up by 24,726 persons. In the course of the above-said month, job offices excluded 20,798 job seekers due to other reasons.
A monthly decrease of unemployed was registered by 69 districts in the Czech Republic – relatively the greatest decrease was monitored in districts Jindřichův Hradec (5.9 %), Písek (5.6 %), Jeseník (5.5 %) and Prachatice (4.9 %).
At the end of June, job offices registered 269,168 female job seekers, that is 49.8 % of the unemployed in total, and 61,381 persons with reduced working capacity, that is 11.4 % of the unemployed in total.
By June 30, 2013, 26,896 school leavers with all levels of education and juveniles were registered. Thus they share in the total unemployment by 5.0 % (May 2013 – 6.0 %, June 2012 – 4.2 %).
In June 2013, job offices paid off unemployment benefits to 108,911 job seekers, that is 20.2 % of all job seekers under registration (May 2013 – 20.9 %, June 2012 – 18.8 %).
Since 1st January 2013, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs has replaced the indicator of registered unemployment with a new indicator named the share of unemployed persons. It is the ratio of available job seekers aged 15 to 64 years in the population of the same age.
By June 30, 2013, the share of unemployed was 7.3 % (May 2013 – 7.5 %, June 2012 – 6.4 %, time series - /web/en/unemployment-in-the-czech-republic). Share of unemployed same or higher than average of the Czech Republic was shown in 38 districts, the highest being in Most (13.4 %), Bruntál (12.3 %), Ústí nad Labem (12.1 %), Karviná (11.7 %) and Chomutov (11.5 %). The lowest unemployment rate was in districts of Praha-východ (3.2 %), Praha-západ (3.9 %), Pelhřimov and Mladá Boleslav (both 4.5 %), Prachatice and hl. m. Praha (both 4.7 %), Plzeň-jih and Benešov (both 4.8 %) and Rokycany (4.9 %). Share of unemployed - women was 7.4 % and share of unemployed - men was 7.3 %.
By June 30, 2013, job offices registered altogether 44,032 vacancies. That is by 1,400 vacancies more than in the preceding month and by 1,253 vacancies more than in the same period of the preceding year. At present, there have been 12.3 job seekers for one vacancy at average, the highest amount being in districts of Bruntál (50.6), Karviná (48.5), Havlíčkův Brod (36.5), Hodonín (33.8), Přerov (33.7) and Jeseník (33.0). In this monitored period, there were registered by job offices 3,406 vacancies for persons with reduced working capacity that is 18.0 seekers per vacancy. In the case of school leavers and juveniles, there were registered altogether 6,696 vacancies, that is 4.0 seekers per vacancy.
Unemployment rate (EUROSTAT - ILO) was 7.2 % in May 2013.
Poslední aktualizace: 3. 9. 2019