Focus Population - Employment
Monaco’s schools comprised 6 254 pupils from kindergarten to the final year of high school on 31 December 2018, of which 69.8 % were in state-funded schools.
The total number of pupils decreased –0.9 % with respect to the end of the year 2017.
On 31 December 2018, 4 702 people were employed as public servants in Monaco, all administrative branches combined. This represents a 2% increase with respect to the previous year.
As of December 2018, there are 51 601 employees in the private sector in Monaco, that is 1 907 employees more than the previous year (+3.8 %). 60 % of private sector employees are men and 63.2 % are of French nationality.
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With its total area of 2 km², a third of which is already built-up, the Principality of Monaco faces an issue of land shortage.
The data from Monaco’s Atlas des bâtiments as at 1 January 2019 shows how the Principality has used urban planning to tackle this issue.
Climate and meteorology
The year 2018 was hot and rainy. The average relative humidity measured in the Principality is 63 %. Hygrometric comfort, characterized by a humidity level between 40 and 80 %, is observed for nearly 79 % of the year.
This seventh edition of the Focus : Climate and meteorology presents the analysis of the temperature and pluviometry data for the year 2018, in addition to those of 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.
As at 31 December 2017, the Principality of Monaco has almost 1,000 students on its territory. This figure remained constant compared to the same period in 2016 (-0.5%).
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.
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.