Italy had 664,000 fewer registered labour contracts in November 2020 than it did in the same month in 2019, social-security-and-pensions agency INPS announced.
It said the drop was caused by the collapse of the temporary-jobs market during the COVID-19 market, as the number of permanent open-ended contracts increased by 243.769 in the first 11 months of 2020.
Main Photo: A man with his dog walks on the street amid the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, in Turin, Italy. EPA-EFE/Jessica Pasqualon
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