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The Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (IMSEE) has published a breakdown of employees in Public Service in Monaco showing a number of interesting trends.
On December 31, 2016, 4,528 people were employed in the Public Service, representing 8.6 percent of the salaried population of the Principality.
Fifty-seven percent of the total were men, 65 percent were French, and one out of two lives in Monaco. Half of the workforce is over 45 years old.
The Government Administration and the Town Hall account respectively for 76 percent and 15 percent of employees: the Department of the Interior has the largest staff, with 1,873 employees, 54 percent of the total number in Government Administration.
A total of 610 men and 777 women occupy Category A posts, and these positions are 46 percent occupied by Monegasques, up from 43 percent in 2013.
While just over half of the total reside in the Principality – 50.2 percent – this decreases each year for the benefit of neighbouring municipalities. The full focus can be found online.
The architecturally exciting new home of the International University of Monaco has been officially inaugurated by H.S.H. Prince Albert II and National Council President Stéphane Valeri.
A new photo book paying tribute to the 126 people who work behind the scenes at the Prince’s Palace and his private home, Roc Agel, has been released.
Prince Albert has joined a gathering of the entire Red Cross Movement in Geneva for a conference under the theme: ‘Acting today to shape the world of tomorrow’.
Monaco now has four new Ambassadors from Belarus, Malayia, Mali and the European Union.
Nearly a year after the acquisition of the Tête de Chien Fort by the Société Immobilière Domaniale, Monaco’s property administration department, the Minister of State, Serge Telle, accompanied by Minister of Finance and Economy Jean Castellini, and Rémy Rolland, Domain Administrator, visited the site to inspect its facilities.
The visit took place in the presence of the Mayor of La Turbie, Jean-Jacques Raffaele. The Government is now considering to what use the Fort – situated on French territory high above the Principality – can be put, to accommodate activities that do not necessarily have to be take place on Monegasque territory. The Minister of State said that there will be a great deal of reflexion on all the possibilities.