11424: Full-time employees working overtime and man-weeks of overtime work, by sex and age. Annual average 2006 - 2018
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Latest update
2019-01-24
Contact
Inger Håland, Statistics Norway
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Unit
Full-time employees in total (1 000 persons):
1 000 persons
Full-time employees working overtime (1 000 persons):
1 000 persons
Man-weeks of overtime work (of 37.5 hours) performed by full-time employees (1 000 man-weeks):
1 000 man-weeks
Full-time employees working overtime (per cent of all full-time employees):
per cent
Man-weeks of overtime work (of 37.5 hours) performed by full-time employees (in per cent of all man-weeks performed by full-time employees):
per cent
Reference time
Full-time employees in total (1 000 persons):
31.12.
Full-time employees working overtime (1 000 persons):
31.12.
Man-weeks of overtime work (of 37.5 hours) performed by full-time employees (1 000 man-weeks):
31.12.
Full-time employees working overtime (per cent of all full-time employees):
31.12.
Man-weeks of overtime work (of 37.5 hours) performed by full-time employees (in per cent of all man-weeks performed by full-time employees):
31.12.
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

Figures on overtime before and after 2006 are not comparable due to a major revision of the LFS. See 'About the statistics' for more information.

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