Registered unemployed among immigrants

06735: Registered unemployed immigrants and persons participating in labour market schemes, 16-74 years, by country background and sex (closed series) 2002K1 - 2008K3
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Information

Latest update
2016-03-03
Contact
Bjørn Olsen, Statistics Norway
+47 409 02 387
ols@ssb.no

Unn H. Høydahl, Statistics Norway
+47 409 02 377
uhh@ssb.no

Unit
Unemployed persons:
persons
Registered unemployed of the labour force (per cent):
per cent
Reference time
Unemployed persons:
31.12.
Registered unemployed of the labour force (per cent):
31.12.
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

EU-countries in Eastern Europe are transferred from group 2 to group 1 from the time of membership in the EU. 2003 Q2: 115 Estonia, 124 Latvia, 131 Polen, 136 Litauen, 146 Slovenia, 152 Hungary, 157 Slovakia, 158 Czech Republic 2007 Q1: 113 Bulgaria, 133 Romania.
.. indicates too few in the labour force that Statistics Norway can publish the figures.

EU-countries in Eastern-Europe are transferred from group2 to group 1 from the time of membership of the EU:
2004 k2: 115 Estonia, 124 Latvia, 131 Poland, 136 Lithuania, 146 Slovenia, 152 Hungary, 157 Slovakia, 158 Czech Republic.
2007 k1: 113 Bulgaria, 133 Romania.

Countries transferred from group 2 to group 1 from the time of membership of the EU:
2004 k2: 126 Malta, 500 Cyprus.

Asia includes Turkey and Cypus.

Figures updated December 5, 2018.

country background
Serbia and Montenegro
The name changed from Yugoslavia to Serbia and Montenegro 14 February 2003.

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