Focus Population - Employment
In 2017, the average age of Monegasque nationals is 44.1 and the median age is 46.5. Almost 95% live in Monaco. The birth rate remains high with 120 births and a fertility rate of 2.5 children per woman.
Update: as at 30 June 2018, the number of Monegasque nationals was 9,305.
As at 31 December 2017, there are 6 309 pupils in Monaco educational system (without students of higher education). The number remained stable compared to the same period in 2016 (-0,3 %).
Almost 70% of primary and secondary pupils are enrolled in a public school.
As at 31 December 2017, there are 4 610 administrative officers and employees. It represents 8.5 % of the Principality employed population. They are 82 more employees this year (+1.8%).
57% of administrative officers and employees are men, 65% are French national and one out of two leaves in Monaco. The average age is 43 years and 6 months old but half of the population is older than 45 years old.
This Focus is dedicated to employees registrated at Monaco Social Funds.
In December 2017, there are 49,693 employees in the Principality's private sector, an increase of 1,774 employees (+3.7 %) compared to the previous year.
The year 2017 was in line with the norms for the temperatures, but particularly dry with regard to the rainfall inputs.
This sixth edition of the Focus : Climate and meteorology also presents an analysis of the sunshine, wind and hygrometry data recorded by the meteorological station of the Department of the Environment located on the roof of the Monaco Oceanographic Museum.
This Focus is about built surfaces in Monaco. It provides, for each district, an overview of the land occupancy by type of use : residential, commercial, public, industrial...
The data come from the Atlas of Monaco buildings (second edition : year 2017) set up by the Department of Forward Studies, Urban Planning and Mobility.
More than a third (34.5%) of the 2 km² of the Principality are occupied by buildings (about 0.7 km²).
This edition of Focus looks at jobs registered with the Monaco Social Security Funds.
In December 2016, there are 51,200 jobs in the private sector in the Principality, which equals a increase of 667 jobs (+1.3 %) compared to the previous year.
The Principality of Monaco has 837 students on its territory as at 31 December 2014.
This figure represents an increase of 11 % compared to last year.
The International University of Monaco (IUM) includes nearly two-thirds of the number of students.