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# Working environment, survey on living conditions

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## 07808: Ergonomical work environment, by industry and sex (per cent) (closed series) 1996 - 2006

Mathias Killengreen Revold, Statistics Norway
+47 91 35 71 66
Kristin Egge-Hoveid, Statistics Norway
+47 93 42 62 80
2010-06-01 10:00
Employed persons (per cent):
per cent
Employed persons (per cent):
31.12.
Statistics Norway
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Breathe heavily most of the time while working , Squat or kneel most of the time , Stand or walk most of the time ,

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Until 2006, the sample size was not large enough to divide occupational groups and industry by sex. In proceeding years, figures are only available for both sexes.