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The number of higher education graduations increased by 3 000 in 2013/14 compared with the year before, from 42 000 to 45 000.
Of this, women accounted for 27 500, or 61 per cent. This has been almost unchanged for the last ten years.
According to seasonally-adjusted figures, gross domestic product for Mainland Norway rose by 0.5 per cent in the 1st quarter
of 2015, while the growth in the second half of 2014 has been revised downwards to a growth of 0.4 per cent. For the first
time since the 2nd quarter of 2010, there was no growth in employment.
On 1 April, the population in Norway was 5 177 000. This is a population growth of 0.2 per cent or 11 200 persons in the 1st
quarter. This growth was about 4 100 lower than the growth last year and the lowest since 2007.
Quarterly non-financial sector accounts, national accounts, Q1 2015