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Bremen, offering poverty in Lower Saxony the Daforto GbR evaluated October 2009 published vacancies 20.884 a month for her job, announced on twenty of the most famous German-speaking online job markets. The aim of the study was to determine a coefficient that is comparable to the respective regional labour market situation for the sixteen German Federal States. This, the relative fraction of the total of offered jobs in the ratio was used to the relative fraction of the total population. 16.40 percent, or 16.03 percent of the offered places the most vacancies were reported again in the free State of Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia. In two provinces, but this meant a renewed decline in comparison with the month so that they defected to the list of Jobforto coefficients, weighted with the population. North Rhine-Westphalia found himself on the fourth last rank, and also if the State of Bavaria with a coefficient of 1,074 points just above the U.S. average section, no longer was he ranked in the top half of the Federal States. In Bremen, the largest number of vacancies per inhabitant was measured in October, bringing the free Hanse city from Hamburg could move at the top two city-States peeled up each other? The two city-States, led the list by a wide margin, while the third City-State Berlin replaced both the Saarland and Hesse.

In the capital city, it came to the largest drop in offered places per inhabitant. New tail light of weighted with the number of inhabitants, the list of vacancies per State is lower Saxony, Germany. In the Vormaten, Brandenburg was still in this position, in October it could however improve significantly its coefficient of Jobforto like all other new federal States (with the exception of Saxony). Jobforto coefficient in the month of October 2009: 01 (02)-4,288-Bremen (+ 1.676) 02 (01) – 2,928 – Hamburg (+ 0.010) 03 (06)-1,762 – Saarland (+ 0,579) 04 (04) – 1,575 – Hesse (+ 0,091) 05 (03)-1,321-Berlin (0,474) 6 (12)-1,174 Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (+ 0,415) 07 (08) 1.104 – Thuringen (+ 0,234) 08 (11)-1,096 – Saxony-Anhalt (+ 0,333) 09 (05)-1,074 Bavaria (0,211) 10 (07) – 0,962 – Baden-Wurttemberg (0.059) 11 (09) – 0,948 – Schleswig-Holstein (+ 0,158) 12 (14) – 0,902 – Rhineland (+ 0,242) 13 (10) – 0,733 – North Rhine-Westphalia (0.036) 14 (16) – 0,690 – Brandenburg (+ 0,330) 15 (13) – 0,605 – Saxons (0.088) 16 (15) – 0,438 – Lower Saxony (0,078) the first value shows the current rank, the second value of the of the Vormonates. The variable represents the current coefficient of Jobforto with the three decimal places.

The change of coefficient compared to the previous month is indicated after the name of the respective federal province. Example of determination of coefficients: 3.28 percent of offered posts in the sample accounted for Schleswig-Holstein in October 2009 accurately. Because the number of inhabitants of the northernmost Federal State a share of 3.46 percent in the total population of the Federal Republic of Germany complies with (Status: 31 December 2008), this results in a coefficient of Jobforto of 3.28%: = 3.46% 0,948. The higher the coefficient, the more vacancies are per capita in the respective State. A coefficient of 1.0 would be equivalent to the national average. Leipzig, 05.11.2009 contact: Axel Saalbach Daforto GbR Hohmann 7 04129 Leipzig 0341-331 02 05 E-Mail: