The city of Marbella registered in July 79,847 Social Security contributors and 13,992 self-employed, reaching the best data of the historical series of the municipality since records began to be compiled in 2003, as reported on Tuesday by the Councilor for Employment, Economic Development and SMEs, Cristóbal Garre.
The mayor has reported after the Local Government Board of the figures published on the website www.seg-social.es in reference to the favorable trend that the city is experiencing in this matter, where he recalled that July also closed with the fewest number of unemployed in this month in the last 14 years, standing at 8,598, according to the Andalusian Employment Service (SAE).
Garre has specified that Marbella obtained 63,830 affiliations in the general scheme195 in the special agrarian, 1,733 in the domestic employees and 97 in the sea workers, in addition to about 14,000 in the self-employed.
“If we compare it with the previous month, we have 2.467 contributors in the general regime and 65 self-employed morewhile if we do it on a year-on-year basis, with compared to 2021 we have 6,290 more in the first case and another 340 in the second”, specified the mayor, who underlined that “these figures are more significant if we take into account that at the national level July has registered the worst data in all history, where we had inflation at 10.8 percent, the most negative figure for 20 years and with an increase in mortgages that leave the pockets of citizens depleted”.
The councilor thanked the labor and effort of both the productive fabric of the town as well as of the employees themselves, “who have contributed to the quality of the services provided” and has also made an appeal to the unemployed who want to get a job “and that they have the offices of the delegation at their disposal.”
In this way, he recalled that “we have a offer of a hundred jobs in the Employment Portalas well as around 8,000 training placessome of them even with economic remuneration”.
For his part, the municipal spokesman, Félix Romero, stressed that the Governing Board three urban planning files have been approved relating to licenses for nearly a hundred homes for an amount of execution of work of 35.5 million euros, “which shows that we continue to be an attractive municipality for investors”.
In addition, this Tuesday it has happened again green light to send a new letter to the minister for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, Teresa Ribera, reiterating the invitation to come and discover Marbella and the situation of its beaches “so that you know first-hand the need we have to urgently undertake coastal stabilization projects, without this entailing any type of repercussion on our seafront promenade”, Romero added.