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13nx -- Population aged 20-59 by labour force status, sex and age of youngest child, 2013-2022

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Population, 1000 persons:
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Statistics Finland, labour force survey
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Documentation of statistics The data are based on interview data derived from the household section of the Labour Force Survey. The household interview is conducted on the fifth interview round of the survey. The data concern the age group of those aged 20 to 59 because over 99 per cent of the parents of children aged under 18 belong to this age group. 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 from 2013. In the correction procedure, the change in the definition of an employed person was taken into account on the level of the entire target group of women aged 15 to 74. By contrast, the time series revised employment data on the subset level of women is associated with uncertainty due to the correction procedure, and the data for earlier years are not fully comparable with the figures produced since 2021.