Employment among immigrants, register-based

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12551: Sex, country background, age and working hours (11 groups) among employed persons. 4th quarter 2015 - 2021

Ingebjørg Aamodt, Statistics Norway
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Bjørn Olsen, Statistics Norway
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2022-06-30 08:00
Employed persons:
persons
Employed persons:
4th quarter
Statistics Norway
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Now you have come to the page, Choose variable. This page give you the oportunity to select which variables and values you want to display in your result of the table. A variable is a property of a statistical unit. The page is divided into several boxes, one for each variable, where you can select values by click to highlight one or more values. It always starts with the statistics variable which is the main value counted in the table.
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Mandatory

Selected 1 of total 1

Mandatory

Selected 1 of total 7

Selected 0 of total 3

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Selected 0 of total 2

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Selected 0 of total 5

Selected 0 of total 2

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Total , 0-9 per cent , 10-19 per cent ,

Selected 0 of total 12

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(maximum number allowed is 300 000)
Number of selected cells exceeds the maximum allowed 300 000
All 1s and 2s have been replaced by 0 or 3 in order to meet privacy requirement. From 2015 to 2016, there was a change in the reporting of working hours to the a-ordning for hourly-paid jobs. This led to a change in the contractual full-time equivalent (FTE) percentage between 2015 and 2016 that is not real, and changes must be interpreted with caution. See more information about the FTE percentage and the method for improving it from 2015 and forward in this article. EU countries in Eastern Europe include the following countries, from the year they joined the EU (in brackets): Poland (2004), Lithuania (2004), Estonia (2004), Latvia (2004), Slovakia (2004), Czech Republic (2004), Hungary (2004), Slovenia (2004), Romania (2007), Bulgaria (2007), Croatia (2013).