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LABOUR FORCE IN COSTRUCTION SECTOR

Number of workers in construction at the end of 2008- 185, 777; of these 56% were self-employed.Companies with less than 100 employees made up 35% of total employment, followed by companies employing between 100 and 250 people. Companies with more than 250 workers accounted for 9% of total construction employment.

Number of workers in construction at the end of 2008
- 185, 777; of these 56% were self-employed.
Companies with less than 100 employees made up 35% of total employment, followed by companies employing between 100 and 250 people. Companies with more than 250 workers accounted for 9% of total construction employment.

Average monthly nominal wage in the construction sector in January 2009
- €529.22
Source: ZSPS and the Slovak Statistics Office

Topic: Real Estate


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