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## 12932: Teaching positions for upper secondary education, by sex, age groups and full-time and part-time positions (C) 2015 - 2023

Daniel Instebø, Statistics Norway
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2024-03-15 08:00
Teachers (number):
number
Teachers (per cent):
per cent
Teachers (number):
31.12
Teachers (per cent):
31.12
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The register based personnel statistics, which is the main source for these figures, have been updated with a new and better method for calculating the number of self-employed persons. New figures have been published in the StatBank for the period 2015-2019. The main difference is that the Labor force survey (LFS) no longer determines the total level of the number of self-employed persons. This gives a few more self-employed and thus a small increase in the number of employees in total. The method that provides us with better Information on the agreed-full time equivalent percentage (FTE), has gone through a couple of small changes before the publication in 2021, and all figures from 2015-2019 has been updated. The changes from the publication in 2020 due to these changes in the FTE are small. In 2021 teaching positions in schools where both the first and second standard industrial classification is post-secondary vocational education is not included in the numbers, and was changed for all years. In the numbers for teachers only employees with an occupational code which indicates that they are teachers is included.