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09207: StatRes. Man-years in central government, by type of service and place of work (M) (closed series) 2009 - 2013

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Register-based employment statistics. Includes employed 15 years of age or older, both residents and non-residents. Residents are people who are expected to stay in Norway for at least six months. Forsvarsbygg lacks roughly 400 man-years in 2010, and this also affects the associated groups 'Other defence services', 'Defence, public order and safety' and the central government in total.
Locally employed staff in the Norwegian foreign service missions are not included. According to the web page of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, there are approximately 900 locally employed.
Break in the time series for contracted man-years from 2012-2013, as a consequence of 26 new units included in central government from2013. From the overall increase in contracted man- years of about 3 per cent from 2012 to 2013, one of these per cent is the result of including the 26 new units, which leads to an actual increase in nearly 2 per cent. Under the Norwegian Armed Forces in 2009-2011, the number of man-years for conscripts and officers¿ training school is too few. We have collected new level numbers from The National Service Administration, and on the basis of that made new estimates on the number of man-years, where we assume that the percentage of long term leaves is the same as in 2012. The correct number of man-years in Central government in total was 226 700 in 2009, 229 100 in 2010 and 235 000 in 2011. See list over changes in regional classifications (in Norwegian).

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2009

The figure for 2009 in Asker (and Akershus) is about 1200 man-years to high, and the figure for Oslo is correspondingly too low. This is due to one employer reporting employees as belonging to an enterprise in Asker when they should have been in an enterprise in Oslo.

2013

Due to an error in one of the source registers, approximately 200 employees in higher education in 2013 have been incorrectly registered as employed in Tromsø instead of Alta.