Employment in New Aquitaine

Updated on November 20, 2020 In the first quarter of 2020 employment in New Aquitaine is nuanced. There are no less than 82,300 job seekers in categories A or B who have accessed employment in the New Aquitaine region.

These new figures show that there was a decline between the first quarter of 2019 and the first quarter of 2020. Indeed, there was a significant decrease of 16.6%. However, this decline is somewhat less marked than in the territory as a whole. At the national level the decrease is about 17%. As a result, there has been a change in the number of job seekers. In New Aquitaine, this number decreased by 5.1%. On the other hand, to explain the decline in employment recovery, we see that the health crisis and containment have played a role. Thus, to date, the New Aquitaine region is ranked 4th among the regions with the highest number of return to employment.

The New Aquitaine region is highly attractive in France and around the world. Indeed, it is known for its unique historical and gastronomic heritage, but also for the promotion of flourishing industries and almost constant innovations. As well Jobijoba, the French leader in internet job search, publishes its job barometer in New Aquitaine in 2018. This stop on image gives us an accurate representation of the positions sought by companies.

New Aquitaine, 3rd French region in terms of number of job offers

The New Aquitaine region alone accounts for 8.4% of job openings in France, for a total of 528,527 jobs in 2018. Therefore, It ranks 3rd among the regions with the most job opportunities, behind the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region with 13.9% of job openings in France. Meanwhile, the Ile-de-France region is naturally the first region in France with 23.7% of job openings in France. Indeed, the region has the largest concentration of companies in France.

On the other hand follow the Regions of the Loire (8.1%), Grand-Est (7.3%), Occitanie (7.1%), Provence-Alpes-Côtes d’Azur (7%), Hauts-de-France (6%), Brittany (5.5%), Centre-Val de Loire (3.9%), Normandy (3.8%), Burgundy-Franche-Comté (3.6%), Dom-Tom (0.8%) Corsica (0.2%).

Indeed, the city of Bordeaux is the first city in the region offering the most jobs with 62,992 offers, followed by Poitiers (16,640 offers), Mérignac (16,286 offers), Limoges (15,684 offers), Pau (15,276 offers), La Rochelle (14 541 offers), Niort (13,689 offers), Angoulême (10,622 offers), Agen (9,069 offers) and Pessac (8,699 offers).

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New Aquitaine region enjoys good employment momentum

In addition the New Aquitaine region is the heart of the aeronautics and automotive industry, employing thousands of employees. In this sense, the aeronautical projects of Dassault or VoltAero companies could create thousands of jobs.

The most sought-after trades by branches

For example, job openings are mainly issued by 6 industries in New Aquitaine in 2018. DOnc, under each sector are represented the occupations most sought after by recruiters, the average median annual gross salary and the percentage of the number of job offers of the trade compared to the total offers of the sector.

First, industry is the sector with the most job opportunities with 15% of offers:

  • Maintenance technician with 8% of the sector’s offers (25,000 euros gross per year)
  • Cariste with 6% of the sector’s offers (19,100 euros gross per year)
  • Worker with 5.2% of the sector’s offers (18,000 euros gross per year)
  • Welder with 3.2% of the sector’s offers (18,200 euros gross/year, -13 .7% compared to 2017)

Second, construction (building and public works) offers 13% of job openings:

  • Mason with 6.4% of the sector’s offers (20,450 euros gross/year)
  • Electrician with 6% of the sector’s offers (21,200 eurosgross per year)
  • Work driver with 4.7% of the sector’s offers (35,000 euros gross/year)
  • Carpenter with 4.4% of the sector’s offers (19,100 euros gross/year)

Third, trade offers 9.1% of job openings:

  • Commercial with 16.8% of the sector’s offers (32,500 euros gross/year)
  • Technico-commercial with 8.1% of the sector’s offers (31,700 euros gross/year)
  • Sales assistant with 6.6% of the sector’s offers (21,600 euros gross/year)
  • In charge of business with 6.1% of the sector’s offers (45,000 euros gross/year, up 22.2% compared to 2017)

Following, Health offers 7.9% of job openings:

  • Nurse with 26.1% of the sector’s offers (25,000 euros gross/year)
  • Caregiver with 21.1% of the sector’s offers (19,000 euros gross/year, – 31.6% compared to 2017)
  • Massage therapist with 3.7% of the sector’s offers (24,000 euros gross per year)
  • Physician with 4.1% of the sector’s offers (50,000 euros gross/year)

Secondly, the restaurant offers 5.2% of job offers:

  • Server with 24.9% of the sector’s offers (18,000 euros gross per year)
  • Cook with 20.2% of the sector’s offers (19,200 euros gross/year)
  • Kitchen clerk with 10% of the sector’s offers (18,000 euros gross per year)
  • Diver with 6.1% of the sector’s offers (17,900 euros gross/year)

Finally, transport offers 3.8% of job offers:

  • Super heavy-duty driver with 21.1% of the sector’s offers (20,000 euros gross/year)
  • Drunkwith 7.9% of the sector’s offers (20,000 euros gross/year)
  • Driver with 7.4% of the sector’s offers (19,200 euros gross/year)
  • Shovel driver with 5.2% of the sector’s offers (18,200 euros gross/year)

Unemployment is not out of the question in New Aquitaine

The Employment Observatory in New Aquitaine is a partner of the New Aquitaine Employment Centre. It establishes the number of job seekers and the unemployment rate in the region. In other words, in the fourth quarter of 2018, the region had 289,700 registered non-actives (category A: job seekers required to do positive job-seeking, unemployed acts). In addition, the unemployment rate in the third quarter of 2018 is 8.4% in New Aquitaine and temporary employment increased by 1.5% in New Aquitaine between November 2017 and November 2018.

Bordeaux Business Personal Card

The expected duration of unemployment in the third quarter of 2018 in New Aquitaine is 394 days for 396 days in France. This predictable duration is lower for men, unskilled workers or employees, and job seekers under the age of 26. This study is carried out according to the Conjuncture Indicator of Duration of Unemployment (ICDC). It estimates the average duration of unemployment for a fictitious cohort of job seekers based on the current quarter’s job market.

In conclusion, The New Aquitaine region therefore has serious assets to develop its activities and encourage hiring and job creation. Indeed, it regularly invests in new infrastructure. The aim is toattract tourists and businesses, which contributes to the influence of the region and employment. As a result, Eit must consolidate its large companies and SMEs-ETI and guarantee stable and growing order books. Unemployment will naturally fall, although it remains quite worrying in our country.

Kevin HEUGAS – BORDEAUX BUSINESS

Sources:

Jobijoba

New Aquitaine Employment Observatory

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