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10809: Former participants in the introduction programme for immigrants. Status on the labour market in November, by sex and age 2011 - 2022

Kari Kraakenes, Statistics Norway
+47 90 70 36 61
Harald Lunde, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11 313
2024-02-19 08:00
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On 25 January 2023 the table was updated with final figures for 2021 after information on self-employed persons in 2021 became available. Information on self-employed persons from 2020, the year prior to the reference year, was utilized in the previously published figures to improve the timeliness of the statistics. However, the mismatch in time of measurement, results in come uncertainty in the preliminary figures.