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13at -- Annual hours actually worked per employed and employee, by employer sector and industry (TOL 2008), persons aged 15 to 74, 2009-2022

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Statistics Finland, labour force survey
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Documentation of statistics . 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. This Table 13at replaces Table 11qk that has been transferred to the archive database. A new classification of employer sectors based on the standard Classification of Sectors 2012 was introduced at the beginning of 2020. The data according to the new and old classifications are not fully comparable with each other. Further information about the classification change: