24 January 2014

Egypt: IDSC - Demand for Egyptian Labor Up in November

The indicator of demand on Egyptian labor generally went up during November 2013, scoring 206 points, compared to 97 points during October, the Cabinet's Information and Decision Support Center announced Thursday 23/01/2014.

In its monthly bulletin for economic and social indicators, the IDSC revealed that the indicator of demand on Egyptian labor declined in November, compared to the corresponding month in 2012 where it registered 329 points.

International demand of Egyptian labor increased, registering 591 points against 236 point in October, and the local demand also edged up to register 566 in November 2013, compared to 224 points during the previous month.

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