“According to estimates by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, which countries [é maior] a Average number of working hours per person In Europe Greece, Poland, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy and Portugal (Portugal has one of the largest corrections in this regard with about 170 hours per year),” reads an October 25 post on Facebook, about the image from a graphic by the Statistical Office for the European Communities (the statistical service of the Union). European) for the year 2019.
You are Preparation The latest data on labor productivity has been released by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and shows that for 2021 Portugal is (in an incomplete list of countries with available data) in Sixth place (This is seen Real GDP per hour workedin US dollars). Behind the Portuguese were only Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Greece and Bulgaria.
According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, these indicators measure “The efficiency with which labor is combined with other factors of production are used in the production process. Work is defined as Total working hours by all persons involved in production. Labor productivity reflects productivity only in part at the level of the workers’ personal abilities or the intensity of their effort.”
For 2020, it is Portugal The seventh least productive country of the European Union (EU), in the same index, with a record $40.01 an hour. Portugal is followed by Hungary, Latvia, Greece, Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria.
Moreover, A.J Posted by Bordata – With the following title: “How do the Portuguese do? The country’s basic labor and economic figures” – Released May 1, 2021 but with data referring to 2019, depicting a country Poor productivity🇧🇷 Qualifications and below-average wages that fall short than expected.
According to this report from the database of the Francisco Manuel dos Santos Foundation (FFMS), the truth is that even in 2019 “One of the six least productive countriesThat is, they are born Less wealth per hour worked (65% of the 27th EU average), Portugal has increased this indicator in recent years, in terms of productivity per hour worked. Bulgaria, Greece and Latvia are the least productive, and Ireland, Luxembourg and Denmark are the countries with the most wealth. Per working hour.
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