"Household income has increased"...Increase the top 40% and decrease the bottom 40%.

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เมื่อ: 2019-01-11 00:49:03
Moon Jae-in, the president a poor job in a press conference 10 days with lots of admirers that the report card on about the “The government have nothing to say.” side, " several positive effects as well.There was, " explained. "Overall, household income is rising, commercial employment has increased, and youth employment has reached an all-time high," he said. This is similar to Hong Nam-ki, deputy prime minister for economic affairs, who said on the previous day, "There are insufficient but positive aspects." We have examined the reliability of these claims.



Household income, low-income people, decreased.According to the National Statistical Office, the average real and nominal income of two or more households nationwide increased in the first three quarters of last year. However, things are different depending on the income bracket. The income of the lowest income bracket (20 percent) and the second lowest (20 to 40 percent), the lowest income bracket (20 to 40 percent), which the government initially focused on the "lowest wage" policy, declined for three consecutive quarters. On the other hand, income in the fourth and fifth deciles of the top 40 percent increased over the same period. The third quarter, which is considered the middle class, has decreased in the second quarter and increased in the third quarter.



The real disposable income decreased by 36,591 won in the first quarter, 3,400 won in the second quarter, and 46,980 won in the third quarter. Real disposable income is a consideration of inflation in disposable income, excluding non-consumption expenditures such as interest, social insurance, and taxes for households. In particular, the income decline in the first to third deciles is noticeable. The rich and the poor have become worse under the government's vision of "a well-off economy." Rep. Choo Kyung-ho of the Liberty Korea Party said,스포츠토토추천

"President Moon's remarks are only half true. We cannot dispel suspicions that Cheong Wa Dae aides seem to emphasize only some favorable statistics for the president."



○ More jobs that are more qualitatively better?President Moon and the government have claimed that the quality of the jobs has improved, and that is why the number of "commercial jobs" has increased. The number of temporary and daily workers decreased by 141,000 (2.8%) and 54,000 (3.6%) compared to last year, but the number of employed workers increased by 345,000 (2.6%) over the same period. "Commercial jobs are relatively good because they are more stable in employment and wage compared to temporary and daily jobs," said Hwang In-woong, director of the Strategy and Finance Ministry's policy planning department.



However, the number of commercial jobs has increased steadily since 2000. However, the growth rate decreased by 0.2 percentage points compared to last year. In other words, the number of commercial jobs increased not significantly last year. Above all, commercial workers have different concepts from regular workers. This refers to a job whose contract period is more than one year. For example, contract workers and part-time students who have worked for more than a year are also categorized as commercial workers. In other words, it is not a "commercial job" or a "good job." In order to determine whether the quality of work will improve, we need to look at various indicators, including wage conditions and regular status, in addition to increasing the number of jobs, said Sung Jae-min, director of trend analysis at the Korea Labor Institute.



◆Improving Youth Employment Rate 'Big'?=The employment rate of the productive population was 66.6%, the same as in 2017. Among them, the employment rate of young people aged 15 to 29 rose 0.6 percentage points from 42.1 percent in 2017 to 42.7 percent last year. The employment rate of young people is steadily increasing from 40.5 percent in 2014 to 41.2 percent in 2015 to 41.7 percent in 2016 to 42.1 percent in 2017 to 42.7 percent in 2018.



There is a difference in the evaluation that this improved greatly. The jobless rate among the young fell 0.3 percentage points year-on-year to 9.5 percent. However, the youth unemployment index, which includes those who give up on jobs and those who are preparing for jobs, stood at 22.8 percent last year, the highest since the statistics were compiled. The rate of unemployment felt by the young people's skin has worsened. In particular, the unemployment rate has increased in all age groups except for the youth. The number of employed people in their 30s and 40s, which is the "back" of the Korean economy, decreased by 180,000 compared to the previous year.

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