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Eight percents of BiH citizens lost jobs

09. June 2011. | 11:16

Source: BH Daily News

According to BiH Center for Market Research, eight percents of BiH citizens lost their jobs since the end of 2008 unitl March 2011.

According to BiH Center for Market Research, eight percents of BiH citizens lost their jobs since the end of 2008 unitl March 2011.

The research conducted by the Center says that the crisis negativelly affected 57% of interviewd persons in some other way, by reduce of wages, total incomes and payment delays.

The largest percentage of people who lost their jobs during this period have three years of secondary education completed, in average.

People with university and postgraduate education were almost spared of dissmisals, but they belong to a category that has experienced the highest decline in incomes.

The report points out that employed people are now less afraid of losing their job than in the Spring of 2009, and that their number decreased by 20% over a period of two years ago.


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