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Travel survey, Q3 2015

Decrease in domestic trips

Norwegians aged 16-79 took 4.1 million domestic trips with at least one overnight stay in the 3rd quarter of 2015; a decrease of 13 per cent compared with the 3rd quarter of 2014.

Cohabitants, 2012-2014

One in four are cohabitants

Nearly 70 per cent of persons between 16-79 years are in a live-in relationship in Norway. One out of four couples are cohabitants, and the rest are married. As a proportion of everyone either in or not in a live-in relationship, 18 per cent are cohabitants and 49 per cent are married.

Wage index, Q3 2015, preliminary figures

Wages up 1.0 per cent in manufacturing

Preliminary figures for average basic salaries for full-time employees in manufacturing show a 1.0 per cent increase between the 2nd quarter of 2015 and the 3rd quarter of 2015.

Housing conditions, survey on living conditions, 2015

Decreasing growth in total housing cost

Most households own their own dwelling, and in 2015, the average mortgage for owner occupier households was more than NOK 1 million. During the last three years, owner occupier households have experienced a decreasing growth in average remaining mortgage, compared to previous periods.

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