Today the Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira released their analysis of the average monthly earnings according to sex
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According to the data revealed today by the Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM), between January and March 2023, overnight stays in the total tourist accommodation in the Autonomous Region of Madeira (RAM), registered an increase of 52.8% compared to the same period of the previous year, approaching 2.3 million for the first time.
The Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM) has released the definitive data on live births, deaths, and marriages for 2022.
The Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM), recently published an ANA - Airports of Portugal based article relating to January 2023 air passenger and transport figures.
In 2021, 44 forest fires were reported (-15 than in the previous year; -25.4%), which consumed an area of 72 hectares (1,392 hectares in 2020), of which 46 hectares of forest area (64.2% of the total).
Further information released by the Madeira Regional Directorate of Statistics (DREM), today, shows that according to provisional data provided by the Madeira Regional Command of the Public Security Police (PSP), that in the 1st half of 2022, 1,471 traffic accidents which needed police intervention were recorded.
The number of passengers at Madeira airports increased by 8.8% in the first half of this year compared to 2019, while both maritime and land transport figures roughly remained the same.
The Regional Directorate for Statistics of Madeira (DREM), reported today, that Aquaculture production in Madeira grew by more than 50% in the first half of this year, with the farming of 1,022.9 tonnes of Sea Bream
The Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM), yesterday released its updated Education edition of the “Statistical Atlas of the Autonomous Region of Madeira.”
Official figures released by the Regional Directorate of Statistics (DREM), show that the overall crime rate in Madeira dropped by 9% in 2020.
As of tomorrow, the 19th of April, the 2021 Census begins.
Data from the Regional Statistics Directorate indicates that although 91% of Madeiran companies intend to keep their staff on until the end of the year, 9% have said that they will probably dismiss staff before the 31st of December.
According to data released today by the Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira, the National Health Survey, which was carried out between September 2019 and January 2020, indicates that depression affects 10.4% of the island's population aged 15 and over. Depression is classed as a chronic disease and the surveys results mean that 22,900 people living in the region suffer from chronic depression, with women being more affected than men. The results are similar to those released in the 2014 survey.
The preliminary demographic data released by the Regional Directorate of Statistics of Madeira (DREM), for the first six months of 2020 show that in the Autonomous Region of Madeira there were 485 more deaths than births (live births 883, deaths 1368).