The unemployment rate in June reduced to 3,3% from 3,9% in May.
The unemployment rate in May reduced to 3,9% from 4,5% in April.
The unemployment rate in April reduced to 4,5% from 4,9% in March.
The unemployment rate in March reduced to 4,9% from 5,2% in February.
The unemployment rate in February was as expected unchanged from January or 5,2%.
The unemployment rate in January increased as expected to 5,2% from 4,9% in December.
Due to bad weather, a disruption of services at the Directorate of Labor can be expected tomorrow, Monday 07 February. It can be expected that the service centers will be closed in the morning and disruptions to other service options such as telephone and computer communications may be expected.
The unemployment rate in December 2021 was unchanged from November or 4,9%.
As a temporary measure only electronic service channels will be temporarily open at The Directorate of Labour. This is to ensure the service and safety of staff and service users. Service users can have their matter resolved by:
The unemployment rate in November was unchanged from October or 4,9%.
As of today, December 27th, all of The Directorate of Labour’s service centers will be closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 virus.
The Directorate of Labour will be closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. From the 27th until the 30th of December, the service center in Reykjavík and Maternity/Paternity Leave Fund is open between 9:00 and 15:00.
The unemployment rate decreased from 5,0% in September to 4,9% in October.
The unemployment rate decreased from 6,1% in July to 5,5% in August.
The unemployment rate decreased from 7,4% in June to 6,1% in July.
The total unemployment rate decreased from 11,5% in April to 10,0% in May. The general unemployment decreased from 10,4% in April to 9,1% in May and the reduced unemployment rate decreased from 1,1% in April to 0,9% in May.
Today, The Directorate of Labour pays a one-time grant to jobseekers who have been paid unemployment benefits consecutively for 14 months or longer on the 1st of May 2021. The grant can amount up to 100.000 kr. but income tax is deducted from the grant.
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