Job offering to job seeking ratio of job centers South Korea 2011-2022

Number of jobs per job seeker in state-run employment centers in South Korea from 2011 to 2022

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Release date

August 2023


South Korea

Survey time period

2011 to 2022

Special properties

includes data from the state-run recruitment portal Work-Net and public employment centers

Supplementary notes

The number of jobs per job seeker refers to the ratio of job offering to job seeking and is calculated as (number of new job offerings)/(number of new job-seeking cases).

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