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Families and households, 1 January 2016

Share of households with children is falling

The share of households with children is slowly falling. On 1 January 2016, there were children in 27 per cent of a total of 2 348 800 private households in Norway. Twenty-five years ago, 32 per cent of the households had children.

Health Statistics for the Nordic Countries, 2016

The Nordic Medico-Statistical Committee provides an annual cross section of the health care areas in the Nordic countries. It presents data concerning population trends, illness, hospital treatment and causes of death. Furthermore, a description of the health sector in the Nordic countries.

Business tendency survey for manufacturing, mining and quarrying, Q3 2016

Pessimism in petroleum-related manufacturing

Norwegian industrial managers report a downturn in the total output in the third quarter of 2016. It is especially suppliers to the oil and gas sector that are reporting a decline. However, there is certain optimism in the general expectations for the fourth quarter among most of the industry leaders.

Labour force survey, Q3 2016

Increase in long-term unemployment

There was an increase of 18 000 long-term unemployed persons from the third quarter of 2015 to the third quarter of 2016. The share of long-term unemployed rose from 28 to 37 per cent. The long-term unemployed are persons who have been unemployed for more than 26 weeks.

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