viagra sale shop times;”>All the critics are having a field day now that new Labour Stats are out from the Department of Statistics. The report says that the unemployment fell in New Providence from 15.7 per cent to 12.2 per cent in the reporting period from November to now. The Director of Statics Kelsie Dorsett who is much reviled or loved depending on which way the stats break said that she thought that it was the temporary employment of workers for the Carnival and the Relays in April and May of this year that helped to depress the figures. The other parts of the country had a similar drop in Abaco and Grand Bahama. Predictably, viagra buy viagra the FNMs were incredulous. The Government has not spoken. The Tribune reported the following: “As of May the rate in New Providence was 12 per cent, cialis 12.9 per cent in Grand Bahama, and 12.2 per cent in Abaco. Last year, unemployment in Grand Bahama and Abaco were 18.6 and 20.3 per cent, respectively.
“Overall, the labour force now totals 208,895, as opposed to the 201,040 recorded last November.
“There was also a decline in youth unemployment (15-24 years) in the country, from the 31 per cent recorded last November to 25.3 per cent in May. However, that sector continues to face a considerably higher rate of unemployment that any other group, officials said.
“Discouraged workers in the country declined by 13 per cent over the six-month reference period. New Providence, Grand Bahama and Abaco experienced declines in the number of discouraged workers -14 per cent, 13 per cent and 11 per cent respectively.”