Sejong, Yonhap News Agency, November 24. According to a data released by the Korean Statistics Office on the 24th, in the second quarter of this year (based on May), there were 20.205 million salaried jobs in South Korea, an increase of 628,000 year-on-year, and nearly half of them were 60 years old. The above crowd positions.
Specifically, the year-on-year increase in salaried jobs in the second quarter narrowed compared to the previous quarter. From the perspective of age, jobs of all age groups increased, among which the jobs of people over 60 years old increased by 295,000, accounting for 47% of the overall increase. If it covers people aged 50 to 59 (209,000), it can be found that 80.3% of the wage jobs that increased year-on-year in the second quarter were occupied by middle-aged and elderly people over the age of 50. Young people aged 30 to 39 (25,000) and younger than 20 (21,000) have seen a smaller increase in wage jobs.
By industry, jobs increased in health and social welfare (106,000), construction (102,000), and manufacturing (73,000). Health and social care jobs for the over-60s surged to 66,000. The under-20s and 30s saw the largest increase in jobs in the ICT sector.
Among the overall jobs, 69.1% had no job changes in the past year, and 30.9% were new jobs. Among them, 16.9% of jobs were replaced due to retirement or resignation, 13.9% were newly added jobs due to company business expansion, and 2.19 million jobs disappeared due to business closures or business closures. (Finish)
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