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The fears of the French for employment jump with the crisis

2020-09-24T16:36:00.973Z

According to the latest Unedic barometer, 93% believe that they can be affected by unemployment.After six months of health and economic crisis, two months of confinement and a real cataclysm announced on the labor market, the fear of the French for employment has clearly increased… According to the barometer published Thursday by Unedic, 73% of French people believe that the situation has deteriorated due to the Covid-19. A figure that jumps by 27 points compared to the first wave of the sur



After six months of health and economic crisis, two months of confinement and a real cataclysm announced on the labor market, the fear of the French for employment has clearly increased… According to the barometer published Thursday by Unedic, 73% of French people believe that the situation has deteriorated due to the Covid-19.

A figure that jumps by 27 points compared to the first wave of the survey carried out before confinement and published in April by the body in charge of unemployment insurance.

This feeling can be considered normal in view of the 8.8 million French people affected by the partial unemployment scheme at the height of the crisis, the number of job seekers in category A, up by more than 500,000 between January and July 2020, and nearly 600,000 salaried jobs destroyed in the space of one year.

There is nothing encouraging about the panorama.

Aware of the very particular climate which reigns in France and the very delicate economic situation, almost all

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Source: lefigaro

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