09915: Government employees, by ministry including subordinate units, and employee-characteristics (closed series) 2011 - 2017
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Latest update
2018-03-08
Contact
Pål Nordby, Statistics Norway
+47 409 02 378
rby@ssb.no

Sølve Mikal Nerland, Statistics Norway
+47 2109 4418
smn@ssb.no

Unit
Number of jobs:
persons
Average age:
years
Share with settled working hours per week above 35,5 hours:
per cent
Share of immigrants and norwegian-born to immigrant parents:
per cent
Share with more than 4 years tertiary education:
per cent
Share of women:
per cent
Reference time
Number of jobs:
4th quarter
Average age:
4th quarter
Share with settled working hours per week above 35,5 hours:
4th quarter
Share of immigrants and norwegian-born to immigrant parents:
4th quarter
Share with more than 4 years tertiary education:
4th quarter
Share of women:
4th quarter
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

The statistics includes employees in the Ministries, the Office of the Prime Minister, the Courts of Justice, and the Sami Parliament, including subordinate units. Compared with Statistics Norways¿ definition of the Central Government, the biggest exception is that the Hospital Trusts are not included. The number of employees is counted from the Register Based Employment Statistics in Statistics Norway, where the reference period is the third week of November. Includes employees 15 years of age or older, both residents and non-residents (short-term stays). Residents are people who are expected to stay in Norway for at least six months. The most important data source is the NAV Register of Employees. Employees that according to NAV are contractors are not included.
As from 2015, the statistics are based on new data sources (a-ordningen), see further details in «About the statistics». The total number of employed persons is no longer coordinated with the Labour Force Survey (LFS) as before 2015, and does not correspond any more with LFS's total number of employed. The figures for 2015 and onwards are therefore not comparable with the figures for previous years. For more information, see the article linked to the 2015-figures: http://www.ssb.no/en/arbeid-og-lonn/statistikker/regsys/aar/2016-05-27
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Share of immigrants and norwegian-born to immigrant parents
The data source for immigration background and country group is Statistics Norways System for population statistics (BESYS).
Share with more than 4 years tertiary education
The level of education is from The National Education Database (NUDB) in Statistics Norway.
contents: Share of women , year: 2012
The figure for Høgskolen i Telemark in 2012 is about 100 too few, because of an error in one of the registers.
contents: Share with settled working hours per week above 35,5 hours , year: 2012
The figure for Høgskolen i Telemark in 2012 is about 100 too few, because of an error in one of the registers.
contents: Average age , year: 2012
The figure for Høgskolen i Telemark in 2012 is about 100 too few, because of an error in one of the registers.
contents: Share of immigrants and norwegian-born to immigrant parents , year: 2012
The figure for Høgskolen i Telemark in 2012 is about 100 too few, because of an error in one of the registers.
contents: Share with more than 4 years tertiary education , year: 2012
The figure for Høgskolen i Telemark in 2012 is about 100 too few, because of an error in one of the registers.

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