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The latest monthly monitor (Nota Mensile Giugno 2010) published by the Bilateral Association for Temporary Employment (Ebitemp), shows that the seasonally adjusted number of temporary employees was up by +1.7% from 220,000 in April 2009 to 224,000 in April 2010. This is the first growth in temporary employment since November 2008.
Compared to the lows of 206,000 temporary employees registered in June and July 2009, temporary employment was up by +9% in April 2010.
Year-on-year, total salaries paid to temporary employees were down by -2.6% in April 2010 when compared to the same month of 2009.
Month-on-month, salaries paid to temporary employees were up for the third consecutive time in April 2010 with an increase of +1.7% compared to March 2010.
However, the number of days worked per temporary employee fell by -3.6% from 15.7 days per month in April 2009 to 15.1 days per month in April 2010.
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