translated from Spanish: IFE: 62% of beneficiaries are informal or unoccupied workers

Of the nearly 9 million beneficiaries of the Emergency Family Income (IFE), 61.7% are informal workers or unoccupied, 5.6 million people reported today, the AGENCY reported; another 2.4 million beneficiaries receive Universal Child Assignment (AUH) or Pregnancy (AUE); 700 thousand (7.8%) are monotributists of categories A, B or social monotribute; 180 thousand (2.1%) private home workers and 120 billion (1.4%) Progresar.La19.5 per cent of the country’s total population, when analyzing its scope in the different provinces, the IFE also focused on those with the most vulnerable social indicators. Thus, by disaggregating the amount of profits settled relative to its population, the Northeast provinces (23.1% to 28.9%) Northwest (22.1% to 28.6%) are the ones that received the most proportional amount. “these indicators reflect regional inequality within the country,” the agency said. For their part, the provinces of Patagonia (12.5% to 16.8%) and the City of Buenos Aires (11.9%) they are the counterface, as they have a relative proportion of substantially lower benefits than the country average. Similar figures are seen linking ifE beneficiaries to the economically active population of each province: those in the Northeast (55.3% to 80.1%) Northwest (52.9% to 71.0%) above the national average (44.0%), while the Patagonian (29.6% to 42.2%) buenos Aires City (23.2%) are considerably below. About child labour placement in relation to beneficiary dependency, from February 2019 to January 2020 only 826,195 people (9.3%) they had work registered for at least one month and received, on average, a remuneration of 13,046 pesos over four months, the SES detailed.

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