Labour market and earnings;Social conditions, welfare and crime
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Working environment, survey on living conditions2019-2020




Working environment among employed persons 18-66 years. Per cent
The figures for 2009 for "Job demands, role conflict and expectations" were updated 29 June 2020 at 12:10 pm.
Relation to work
Satisfied with the job899088
At risk of losing job111010
Few opportunities to use education and work experience1186
Psychosocial working environment
Experience bad relationship between employees and management, often or time to time, employees313232
Exposed to violence at workplace, last 12 months..45
Exposed to unwanted sexual attention, remarks etc., once a month or more334
Physical working environment
Exposed to poor indoor climate most of the time342421
Exposed to skin-irritant substances most of the time798
Exposed to loud noise most of the time865
Ergonomical working environment
Lift at least 20 kg 5 times a day or more151210
Work with repeated or monotonous movements most of the time363636
Work with keyboard or mouse..7073
Work related health problems
Pain in neck, shoulders or upper back, due to work13119
Headache or migraine, due to work634
Physically worn out at home after work, weekly...32
Job demands, role conflict and expectations
Too much to do, often or always4947
Work demands interfere with home life and family life, often or always1415
Read and reply to work-related e-mails outside working hours, daily.23