3.8 million people are employed in the Croatian Republic of Croatia, the country’s employment minister has said.
Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic told the Croats Congress that the country has more than 1.3 million jobs in the public sector, of which 1.1 million are in the private sector.
This is a big increase over the previous quarter of the year, when the number of jobs was around 1.6 million.
“Croatia is experiencing an increase in employment,” he said.
“The number of people working in the construction sector, the service sector and the information sector has been growing.”
I am happy to report that Croatia has more jobs than ever.
“He also said that the government had taken the decision to raise the national minimum wage, which is currently €4.60 per hour.
In its second budget, Croatia’s government announced a plan to reduce the number and quality of its public sector jobs.
In his remarks to the Croatia Congress, Milanovic said the increase in Croatia’s public sector employment in 2016 was “a big boost to our economy”.”
This is the result of many factors.
It is due to a high quality of education and training and the introduction of the right to work legislation.
The Croatian government has also made a significant contribution to the development of the labour market, which has seen more than 2 million people become jobs, and the creation of more than 600,000 new jobs, he said, adding that the number is expected to reach 3.2m jobs by 2021.
Croatian unemployment has now fallen below 7 per cent, which was its lowest level since March 2007.
According to data from the Central Bank of Croatia (BKK), Croatia has registered a total economic output of 1.7 billion Croatian crowns ($16.2 billion) for the first time in four years.