Entrepreneurs in business enterprise sector

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08194: Entrepreneurs in public and private limited companies, by sex, age, legal form, level of education and number of employees 2004 - 2021

Håkon Frøysa Skullerud, Statistics Norway
+47 21 09 45 14
Salah Eddine Ziade, Statistics Norway
+47 2109 4835
2022-07-01 08:00
Entrepreneurs:
persons
Lower boundary, 95 per cent confidence interval:
persons
Upper boundary, 95 per cent confidence interval:
persons
Entrepreneurs:
31.12.
Lower boundary, 95 per cent confidence interval:
31.12.
Upper boundary, 95 per cent confidence interval:
31.12.
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level of education

Upper secondary education (level 3-5)

Upper secondary education includes intermediate level courses based on completed upper secondary level, but which are not accredited as tertiary education.

Tertial education, 4 years or less (level 6)

Tertiary education, short comprises higher education up to 4 years in duration.

Tertial education, more than 4 years (level 7-8)

Tertiary education, long comprises higher education more than 4 years in duration.