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135y -- Population by labour force status, sex and age, monthly data, 2009M01-2024M01

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2/20/2024
Population, 1000 persons:
Thousand persons
Active population, 1000 persons:
Thousand persons
Employed total, 1000 persons:
Thousand persons
Unemployed, 1000 persons:
Thousand persons
Inactive population, 1000 persons:
Thousand persons
Unemployment rate, %:
%
Employment rate, %:
%
Activity rate, %:
%
3/26/2024
5/4/2021
Statistics Finland, labour force survey
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Documentation of statistics . missing . missing, or data too uncertain for presentation The Labour Force Survey was renewed at the beginning of 2021. The table contains time series corrected retrospectively in accordance with the new estimation method that are not comparable with data from earlier years.