MADRID, 20 Dic. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Social Security lost an average of 5,720 foreign affiliates in November (-0.2%), with which the penultimate month of the year closed with 2,456,786 immigrant workers registered in the system, as reported on Tuesday by the Ministry of Inclusion , Social Security and Migrations.
This monthly drop in foreign employed registered in November contrasts with the increases registered in September and October, months in which more than 18,500 and 6,400 foreign contributors were gained, respectively.
Of the total affiliated foreigners, 831,888 came from EU countries (33.9%) and 1,624,898 from third countries (66.1%). The most numerous foreign employed groups are workers from Romania (333,533), Morocco (302,912), Italy (158,978), Colombia (125,894) and Venezuela (123,066).
In addition, the system has 60,392 members from Ukraine, 13,133 more than in January, before the start of the war launched in the country by Russia.
In seasonally adjusted terms, the affiliation of foreigners to Social Security rose in November by 23,788 employed compared to the previous month, up to a total of 2,485,897 contributors, 296,000 more than before the arrival of the pandemic, in February 2020. In the first eleven months of the year, the system has added a total of 179,233 foreign employees.