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04538: Employed persons, by major industry division (SIC2002), sex and contractual/usual working hours per week (closed series) 1996K1 - 2007K4

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2009-01-28 10:00
Employed persons (1 000 persons):
1 000 persons
Employed persons (1 000 persons):
Continuous survey
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.1996K1 , 1996K2 , 1996K3 ,

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.01-99 All industries , 01-05 Agriculture, fishing and forestry , 11 Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas, service activities incidental to oil and gas extraction excluding surveying ,

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There was a restructuring of the LFS from January 2006, where the age limit was lowered from 16 to 15 years. See About the statistics for more information.

From 2018, a new estimation methodwas introduced, and the figures was revised back to 2006. For more information, see separate article .
Short part-time = 1-19 working hours. Long part-time = 20-36 working hours, with exception of persons with 32-36 working hours who classify themselves as full-time employed. Full-time = 37 or more working hours, including the exceptions mentioned above. There may be occasional breaks in the time series of man-weeks worked due to public holidays ( movable feasts). The figures in the table covers persons aged 15-74 years.