By considering the importance of employment and it’s role in individual and social human predestination and in another view, the role of monetary policies’ effect on the real economic variables like output and employment ended to study about cohesion of main sectors employment (agriculture, industry and services) and monetary policies variables as the chosen aim of this research. For this purpose monetary policy variables are classified by governmental and nongovernmental sectors. Cointegrationg vectors come to explain relations between variables.
The results show that monetary supply changes through liquidity volume and banking system payments to governmental sector have direct relation with differences services employment while payment to nongovernmental sector has this balance with producing sectors of employment, indeed increase of credit on nongovernmental sectors leads to entrepreneurship in producing sectors. So we suggest that in policy making among policy instrument of liquidity volume and credit variables focus on payment to nongovernmental sector with the aim of increasing employment in producing sectors.