07942: Employed persons with health care education, by service group and settled working hours (per cent). 4th quarter (C) (closed series) 2008 - 2014
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Latest update
2015-06-12
Contact
Stine Bakke, Statistics Norway
+47 409 02 582
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Unit
Employed persons, total:
per cent
Employed persons in human health activities included residential care activities:
per cent
Employed persons in social work activities without accomondation:
per cent
Employed persons in other services:
per cent
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

From 2011 the category 'Psychologist' includes clinical psychologists only. Persons with other educations in psychology are now included in 'Other health care education, university level'.

As from 2015, the employment are based on new data sources (a-ordningen), see further details in «About the statistics». The figures for 2015 and onwards are not comparable with the figures for previous years. For more information, see the article linked to the 2015-figures.
region
See list over changes in regional classifications (in Norwegian).
health care education
Health workers
Health worker is a new health care education from 2009.
contents
Employed persons in social work activities without accomondation
From 2008 health care services also includes child care activities, school-age child care and recreation centres for children adolescents, work practice for ordinary employment, social welfare organisations and permanent sheltered employment

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