Employment among immigrants, register-based

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08065: Wage earners not registered as resident, by industry division (SIC2007), sex and age. 4th quarter (closed series) 2008K4 - 2015K4

Christoffer Berge, Statistics Norway
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Anders Ekeland, Statistics Norway
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2016-06-27 10:00
Wage earners not registered as resident:
Wage earners not registered as resident:
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The statistics cover persons aged 15-74 years. The new data source has provided the statistics with better quality. The quality improvements are particularly visible for employees on short-term stays (not registered as resident). Due to limitations in the data sources we used up to 2014, we included too many employees on short-term stays. The decline we see for this group from 2014 to 2015 is thus not real. Self employed persons are not included.