By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 18 Feb 2015 • 8:34
MORE than 26,000 Balearic residents left the islands to work in a different province in 2014, says a study.
The data, provided by the human resources company Randstad, also shows that 65,098 people arrived in the islands to work, consequently resulting in a positive employment figure of 29,935 workers.
The job mobility rate (measuring workers who leave to a different province to work) was at 10.6 per cent, slightly lower than the national average, which amounts to 12.6 per cent.
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