Definition of concepts
- Beneficiaries of unemployment benefit
- Worker in a legal situation of unemployment that at the end of the statistical period was receiving one of the following benefits: contributory benefits for unemployment, financial welfare benefits or active income for labour insertion.
- Contributory benefits for unemployment
- Benefits received by people that have been making contributions for a minimum of twelve months of the six years prior to the unemployed situation. The duration of the benefit is a maximum of a third of the period of contributions, the limit being two years.
- Financial benefit
- Right to monetary aid corresponding to the beneficiary when the conditions required for its acquisition are met.
- Active income for labour insertion
- Specific financial benefit for unemployed persons with special financial needs and difficulties finding employment that acquire the commitment to undertake activities of benefit to their labour insertion (Royal Decree 1369/2006, of November 24).
Unemployment benefits are managed by the SEPE (State Public Employment Service).
The information refers to the benefits that provide protection against unemployment related to the contributory and welfare areas, active inclusion income and the employment activation programme. To access the benefits it is necessary to have paid the prior contributions to the Social Security for this contingency and to meet the requirements required in each case.
Unavailable information is represented using the symbol ":". When the value is lower than that of the minimum unit to be able to estimate the statistical operation or if it effects statistical confidentiality, the symbol used is "..".