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08538: Output, value added and labour compensation on a NPI satellite accounts basis, by activity (ICNPO) 2006 - 2018

Erlend Nickelsen, Statistics Norway
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2020-11-17 08:00
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There has been a decrease in the replacement cost value of volunteer work from 2013 to 2014, while the number of volunteer FTEs increased during the same period. This is due to a change in method: For most activity categories, a new method of evaluating volunteer hours worked was adopted in 2014: average wage costs per hour worked for staff with a primary or lower secondary education. This average figure is derived from comparable business units in the national accounts. The national accounts in earlier years did not include a breakdown of wage costs by education, and the volunteer work has been valued on a par with paid work.