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Increased use of provision of personnel
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2008-06-26T10:00:00.000Z
Wholesale and retail trade and service activities
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Business activities, breakdown of turnover by product2006

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Increased use of provision of personnel

Enterprises dealing with labour recruitment and provision of personnel had a turnover of NOK 16.5 billion in 2006, which was an increase of 57.4 per cent compared to 2005. Within provision of personnel the turnover was NOK 15.8 billion.

Legal activities. Turnover by products. 2006

Provision of personnel. Turnover by products. Per cent.

The largest turnover was found within the services “other office support ” and “industry and manufacturing” with a turnover of NOK 3.6 billion and NOK 3.7 billion, respectively. Provision of personnel for construction accounted for 13.0 per sent of the total turnover in 2006, equal to NOK 2.0 billion.

The enterprises within legal services had a turnover of NOK 8.4 billion in 2006. Business law firms had a turnover of NOK 4.4 billon, which accounted for 52.8 per cent of the total turnover. Civil law accounted for NOK 1.6 billion or 19.4 per cent.

Architectural and engineering services

The enterprises within this industry group had a turnover of NOK 58.8 billion in 2006, which was an increase of 38.2 per cent. Engineering services for industrial and manufacturing projects had the largest turnover with NOK 11.8 billion.

The survey was also carried out in 2004 and 2005 but due to changes in the questionnaire the data are not fully comparable with the 2006 data.

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