12185: Teaching positions for upper secondary education, by sex, age groups, competence and full-time and part-time positions (C) 2015 - 2018
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Latest update
2019-03-15
Contact
Nadine Viktoria Lunde Bratholmen, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11 455
nvb@ssb.no

Tom Granseth, Statistics Norway
+47 922 08 867
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Unit
Teachers (number):
number
Teachers (per cent):
per cent
Reference time
Teachers (number):
31.12
Teachers (per cent):
31.12
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
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Teaching positions for upper secondary education
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Teachers (number)
Until 2017, people are counted as teachers if they have a university and college education with pedagogy, even if they do not have an occupation code that indicates that they are working with teaching. By 2018, people who do not have an occupation code for teaching are not considered to be teachers.
Teachers (per cent)
Until 2017, people are counted as teachers if they have a university and college education with pedagogy, even if they do not have an occupation code that indicates that they are working with teaching. By 2018, people who do not have an occupation code for teaching are not considered to be teachers.

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