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Statistics Sweden is responsible for official statistics and for other government statistics. This means that Statistics Sweden develop, produce and disseminate the statistics and coordinate the system for the official statistics in Sweden.

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      Average number of working hours (by agreement) per week for employed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by level of education and sex. Year 2005 - 2017level of educationThe classification by level of educational attainment is according to the Swedish national educational classification (SUN)observationsMargin of error ±The presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±Because the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Average working hours (by agreement) per week for employed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by region and sex. Quarter 2005K2 - 2018K3observationsMargin of error ±The presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±Because the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Revised figures 2011-02-17 on May 2009 - December 2010. Revised figures January-July 2008.The Shadow index for Sweden is published with two decimals from January 2006. Shadow index numbers differ in some months from the corresponding fixed index numbers, which are the index numbers used in regulations referring to the consumer price index in laws, ordinances and agreements. The shadow index numbers are adjusted to take into account certain inadequacies in the basic data on prices or in the methods used for calculating fixed index numbers. Thus, they are consistent with the index for main and subgroups, where corresponding adjustments have been made.The monthly change is calculated on shadow index numbers with two decimals. Revised number compared to earlier published for January 1980, January 1981, January 1982, January 1983, January 1985, January 1987, January 1988, January 1989, January 1991, January 1992, January 1994, January 1995, January 1996, January 1997, January 1998, January 1999, January 2000, January 2001, January 2002, January 2003 and January 2004. Monthly change has revised for January, March, April and July 2008.
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      Consumer Price Index (CPI), total, Shadow Index numbers, 1980=100. Month 1980M01 - 2018M11Revised figures 2011-02-17 on May 2009 - December 2010. Revised figures January-July 2008.The Shadow index for Sweden is published with two decimals from January 2006. Shadow index numbers differ in some months from the corresponding fixed index numbers, which are the index numbers used in regulations referring to the consumer price index in laws, ordinances and agreements. The shadow index numbers are adjusted to take into account certain inadequacies in the basic data on prices or in the methods used for calculating fixed index numbers. Thus, they are consistent with the index for main and subgroups, where corresponding adjustments have been made.
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      Revised figures 2011-02-17 on May 2009 - December 2010. Revised figures January-July 2008.The Shadow index for Sweden is published with two decimals from January 2006. Shadow index numbers differ in some months from the corresponding fixed index numbers, which are the index numbers used in regulations referring to the consumer price index in laws, ordinances and agreements. The shadow index numbers are adjusted to take into account certain inadequacies in the basic data on prices or in the methods used for calculating fixed index numbers. Thus, they are consistent with the index for main and subgroups, where corresponding adjustments have been made.The annual change is calculated on shadow index numbers with two decimals.For legal and contractual index-linking, the fixed CPI totals (1980=100) with one decimal are normally used. The annual change has revised for April-July 2008.The inflation rate has been corrected 2012-10-29 for 2001M08, 2000M01,1998M03, 1997M04, 1996M11, 1996M06, 1993M07, 1992M06, 1991M07, 1991M03, 1988M03, 1986M10, 1986M09, 1986M08, 1986M03, 1983M08, 1983M05, 1982M12, 1982M03 and 1980M03.Inflation figures for January 1980 - December 2004 are calculated according to the method applied since January 2005. The inflation figures published during January 1980 - December 2004 and calculated using the previously used method are provided in table Consumer Price Index (CPI), annual changes (Inflation Rate, according to old method, no update after 2004M12), 1980=100. Month 1980M01 - 2004M12.
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      observationsConsumer Price Index (CPI)Revised figures 2011-02-17 on May 2009 - December 2010. Revised figures January-July 2008.The Shadow index for Sweden is published with two decimals from January 2006. Shadow index numbers differ in some months from the corresponding fixed index numbers, which are the index numbers used in regulations referring to the consumer price index in laws, ordinances and agreements. The shadow index numbers are adjusted to take into account certain inadequacies in the basic data on prices or in the methods used for calculating fixed index numbers. Thus, they are consistent with the index for main and subgroups, where corresponding adjustments have been made.Consumer Price Index (CPI)Revised figures January-July 2008 for main group Clothing and footwear and sugruop Footwear. Index numbers for main and subgroups have in some cases been adjusted to take into account certain inadequacies in the basic data on prices or in the methods used for calculating the originally published index numbers. They are consistent with shadow index numbers for total CPI. Product classification follows COICOP (Classification of Individual Consumption by Purpose).
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      Consumer Price Index (CPI)/Living Cost Index, excluding taxes and social benefits, July 1914=100. Month 1914M01 - 2018M11The Cost-of-Living index (excluding direct taxes and social benefits) started in 1914 and ended in June 1954. Since July 1954 it is calculated using the changes in the Consumer Price Index, CPI. The Myrdal-Bouvin consumer price index for 1830 to 1930 has been used for the period prior to 1914. It is difficult to make comparisons over a long period of time, especially since the living conditions have changed dramatically since 1830.
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      The CPI for Sweden is published with two decimals from January 2006.The CPI for a particular month is formally fixed after publication and is not open to revision. These fixed index numbers are those that apply when regulations in laws, ordinances and agreements refer to the consumer price index. The table gives current index numbers before they are formally fixed.
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      Labour input (ESA2010) by industrial classifcation SNI 2007. Quarter 1980K1 - 2018K3Correction 2015-04-24: The table has been corrected for the year 1980. The correction concerns the industry B05-09 Mineral extraction as wells as all summations that includes B05-09.Correction 2017-08-01: Hours worked has been corrected for Q2 2017.The Church of Sweden is reclassified in the year 2000 from the municipal sector to sector NPISH. Before year 2000 the church of Sweden is included in Municipalities and Federations of local government authorities.Swedish Standard Industrial Classification (SNI 2007) and corresponds to Kind of economic activity (NACE Rev. 2) up to 4-digit level. In some cases a marginal difference can be found in reported figures due to rounding off calculations between annual and quarterly National Accounts tables.
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      Employed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by degree of attachment to the labour market, sex and age. Month 1970M01 - 2018M11For the period 1970M01-1986M12 there are no estimates for persons aged 20-24, this is indicated by “..” in the time series.For the period 1970M01-2000M12 the population was 16-64 years of age. For this reason there are no estimates for persons aged 15-74, 15-19, 15-24, 65-74, this is indicated by “..” in the time series. For the period 1970M01-2005M03 the time series contains “linked data”. No margins of error (uncertainty figures) for this period are present, this is indicated by “..” in the time series.degree of attachment to the labour marketpermanent employeesPermanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employeespermanent employeesFor the period 1970M01-1986M12 there are no estimates for permanent employees and temporary employees.temporary employeesPermanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employeestemporary employeesFor the period 1970M01-1986M12 there are no estimates for permanent employees and temporary employees.self-employed + family workersThe self-employed group includes self-employed persons who have either some form of sole proprietorship, or persons who are freelancers. Family worker includes persons who work without pay in some company belonging to a household member.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Employed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by region, degree of attachment to the labour market and sex. Quarter 2005K2 - 2018K3degree of attachment to the labour marketpermanent employeesPermanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employeestemporary employeesPermanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employeesself-employed + family workersThe self-employed group includes self-employed persons who have either some form of sole proprietorship, or persons who are freelancers. Family worker includes persons who work without pay in some company belonging to a household member.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Employed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by degree of attachment to the labour market, industrial classification NACE Rev. 2.0 and sex. Month 2009M01 - 2018M11industrial classification NACE Rev. 2New industrial classification SNI 2007 (based on the EU´s industrial standard NACE Rev 2) replaces SNI 2002 as of 2009. As of 2009, information is presented by industry only for work done in Sweden.industrial classification NACE Rev. 2New industrial classification SNI 2007 (based on the EU´s industrial standard NACE Rev 2) replaces SNI 2002 as of 2009. As of 2009, information is presented by industry only for work done in Sweden.degree of attachment to the labour marketemployees, totalEmployees, total incluedes both permanent and temporary employeespermanent employeesPermanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employeestotal employmentThe employed include employees as well as self-employed persons and assisting family membersindustrial classification NACE Rev. 225-30+33 manufacturing of metal products, machinery and equipment25-30+33 manufacturing of metal products, machinery and equipment is a subset of 05-33+35-39 manufacturing, mining and quarrying, energy and environmentobservationsMargin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Employed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by degree of attachment to the labour market, level of education and sex. Year 2005 - 2017level of educationThe classification by level of educational attainment is according to the Swedish national educational classification (SUN)degree of attachment to the labour marketpermanent employeesPermanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employeestemporary employeesPermanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employeesself-employed + family workersThe self-employed group includes self-employed persons who have either some form of sole proprietorship, or persons who are freelancers. Family worker includes persons who work without pay in some company belonging to a household member.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Employed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by attachment to the labour market, occupation SSYK 2012 and sex. Month 2015M01 - 2018M11degree of attachment to the labour marketemployees, totalEmployees, total incluedes both permanent and temporary employeespermanent employeesPermanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employeestotal employmentThe employed include employees as well as self-employed persons and assisting family membersobservationsMargin of error ±The presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±Because the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Employed who study aged 15-74 (LFS) by full-time/part-time studies, sex and age. Month 2005M04 - 2018M11observationsMargin of error ±The presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±Because the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Employed who study aged 15-74 (LFS) - average number of hours worked/study hours per week and number of employed by sex and age. Month 2005M04 - 2018M11observationsMargin of error ±, average hours workedThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.Margin of error ±, average study hoursThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.Margin of error ±, employedThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, average hours workedBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.Margin of error ±, average study hoursBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.Margin of error ±, employedBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Employed aged 15-74 (LFS), of which at work and of which absent from work the whole week by sex and age. Month 1970M01 - 2018M11For the period 1970M01-1986M12 there are no estimates for persons aged 20-24, this is indicated by “..” in the time series.For the period 1970M01-2000M12 the population was 16-64 years of age. For this reason there are no estimates for persons aged 15-74, 15-19, 15-24, 65-74, this is indicated by “..” in the time series. For the period 1970M01-2005M03 the time series contains “linked data”. No margins of error (uncertainty figures) for this period are present, this is indicated by “..” in the time series.
    • सितम्बर 2019
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      Numbers of employed (ESA2010), working-day and seasonally adjusted by industrial classification SNI 2007. Quarter 1981K1 - 2018K3
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      GDP: expenditure approach (ESA2010) by type of use, seasonally adjusted. Quarter 1980K1 - 2018K3Seasonally adjusted values for the period 1981-1992 has been calculated as follows: Separate seasonal adjustment was carried out for the periods 1981-1996 and 1993-2015. Thereafter the period 1981- Q4 1992 has been linked to the value for Q1 1993 in the later series. This means that the level of the reported seasonally adjusted series before 1993 are not fully comparable with the unadjusted series and should be used for short-term comparisons only.Correction 2017-06-05A correction is made in the table “GDP: expenditure approach (ESA2010) by type of use, seasonally adjusted. Quarter 1981K1 - 2017K1”, in the statistical database. The correction concerns seasonally adjusted figures in SEK million in constant prices with reference year 2016 for q1 1981 to q4 1992 of GDP and its subcomponents.Correction 2018-09-13. The correction concerns values in current prices, constant prices and volume change for the years 1993-2015 of GDP at market prices and gross fixed capital formation.observationsSeasonally adjusted current prices, SEK millionIn connection to a review of the published series of seasonally and working-day adjusted figures changes has been made, see more at www.scb.se/nr0103-enSeasonally adjusted, change in volume, previous period, percentIn connection to a review of the published series of seasonally and working-day adjusted figures changes has been made, see more at www.scb.se/nr0103-enSeasonally adjusted, change in volume, previous period, percentChanges in inventories including valuables can vary as positive and negative figures, thus volume change is not relevant information.
    • सितम्बर 2019
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      GDP: production approach (ESA2010), working day and seasonally adjusted by industrial classification SNI 2007. Quarter 1981K1 - 2018K3Seasonally adjusted values for the period 1981-1992 has been calculated as follows: Separate seasonal adjustment was carried out for the periods 1981-1996 and 1993-2015. Thereafter the period 1981- Q4 1992 has been linked to the value for Q1 1993 in the later series. This means that the level of the reported seasonally adjusted series before 1993 are not fully comparable with the unadjusted series and should be used for short-term comparisons only.Correction 2018-09-13. The correction concerns values in current prices, volume index and volume change for the years 1993-2015 of GDP at market prices and value added.The Church of Sweden is reclassified in the year 2000 from the municipal sector to sector NPISH. Before year 2000 the church of Sweden is included in Municipalities and Federations of local government authorities.Kind of economic activity at the most detailed level is comparable to NACE Rev. 2 down to 4-digit level.
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      Correction 2015-04-24: The table has been corrected for the years 1980-1993. The correction concerns a redistribution among industries but does not change the total for market producers and producers for own final use.The table has been updated for the years 1980–1992. It concerns constant prices reference year 2016, SEK million.Correction 2018-09-13. The correction concerns values in current prices, constant prices and volume change for the years 1993-2015 of GDP at market prices and value added.The Church of Sweden is reclassified in the year 2000 from the municipal sector to sector NPISH. Before year 2000 the church of Sweden is included in Municipalities and Federations of local government authorities.Swedish Standard Industrial Classification (SNI 2007) and corresponds to Kind of economic activity (NACE Rev. 2) up to 4-digit level. In some cases a marginal difference can be found in reported figures due to rounding off calculations between annual and quarterly National Accounts tables.
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      Hours worked (ESA2010), working-day and seasonally adjusted by industrial classification SNI 2007. Quarter 1981K1 - 2018K3Seasonally adjusted values for the period 1981-1992 has been calculated as follows: Separate seasonal adjustment was carried out for the periods 1981-1996 and 1993-2015. Thereafter the period 1981- Q4 1992 has been linked to the value for Q1 1993 in the later series. This means that the level of the reported seasonally adjusted series before 1993 are not fully comparable with the unadjusted series and should be used for short-term comparisons only.Correction 2017-08-01: Hours worked has been corrected for Q2 2017. Even previous quarters may have changed.The Church of Sweden is reclassified in the year 2000 from the municipal sector to sector NPISH. Before year 2000 the church of Sweden is included in Municipalities and Federations of local government authorities.Kind of economic activity at the most detailed level is comparable to NACE Rev. 2 down to 4-digit level.
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      Population aged 15-74 (LFS) by labour status, field of education (SUN 2000) and sex. Year 2005 - 2017observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.Margin of error ±, percentThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.Margin of error ±, percentBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.observations: Percent , labour status: unemployedUnemployed as percentage of labour force. The labour force consists of employed and unemployed persons.observations: Margin of error ±, percent , labour status: unemployedUnemployed as percentage of labour force. The labour force consists of employed and unemployed persons.observations: Percent , labour status: employedEmployed as a percentage of the populationobservations: Margin of error ±, percent , labour status: employedEmployed as a percentage of the population
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      Population aged 15-74 (LFS) by labour status, level of education and sex. Year 2005 - 2017level of educationThe classification by level of educational attainment is according to the Swedish national educational classification (SUN)observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.Margin of error ±, percentThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.Margin of error ±, percentBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.observations: Percent , labour status: unemployedUnemployed as percentage of labour force. The labour force consists of employed and unemployed persons.observations: Margin of error ±, percent , labour status: unemployedUnemployed as percentage of labour force. The labour force consists of employed and unemployed persons.observations: Percent , labour status: employedEmployed as a percentage of the populationobservations: Margin of error ±, percent , labour status: employedEmployed as a percentage of the population
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      Population aged 15-74 (LFS) by region, labour status and sex. Quarter 2005K2 - 2018K3observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.Margin of error ± percentThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.Margin of error ± percentBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.observations: Percent , labour status: unemployedUnemployed as percentage of labour force. The labour force consists of employed and unemployed persons.observations: Margin of error ± percent , labour status: unemployedUnemployed as percentage of labour force. The labour force consists of employed and unemployed persons.observations: Percent , labour status: employedEmployed as a percentage of the populationobservations: Margin of error ± percent , labour status: employedEmployed as a percentage of the population
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      Average duration of unemployment and number of unemployed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by level of education and sex. Year 2005 - 2017level of educationThe classification by level of educational attainment is according to the Swedish national educational classification (SUN)observationsAverage value, weeksRevision 2015-01-20 and 2015-06-08 For the period April 2005-January 2006, the data of unemployment is partly based on imputed values (model based imputation) due to collection problems. The share of imputed values is however limited. The proportion was between one and five percent during April-October 2005 and between 17 and 25 percent during November 2005-January 2006.Average value, weeksDuration of unemployment refers to ongoing periods of unemployment.Margin of error ±, weeksDuration of unemployment refers to ongoing periods of unemployment.Margin of error ±, weeksThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.Unemployed persons, 1000sRevision 2015-01-20 and 2015-06-08 For the period April 2005-January 2006, the data of unemployment is partly based on imputed values (model based imputation) due to collection problems. The share of imputed values is however limited. The proportion was between one and five percent during April-October 2005 and between 17 and 25 percent during November 2005-January 2006.Margin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, weeksBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.Margin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
    • नवम्बर 2019
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      Average duration of unemployment and number of unemployed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by sex and age. Month 2005M04 - 2018M11observationsAverage, weeksRevision 2015-01-20 and 2015-06-08 For the period April 2005-January 2006, the data of unemployment is partly based on imputed values (model based imputation) due to collection problems. The share of imputed values is however limited. The proportion was between one and five percent during April-October 2005 and between 17 and 25 percent during November 2005-January 2006.Unemployed persons, 1000sRevision 2015-01-20 and 2015-06-08 For the period April 2005-January 2006, the data of unemployment is partly based on imputed values (model based imputation) due to collection problems. The share of imputed values is however limited. The proportion was between one and five percent during April-October 2005 and between 17 and 25 percent during November 2005-January 2006.
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      Unemployed persons and of which full-time students aged 15-74 (LFS) by sex and age. Month 2005M04 - 2018M11observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.Margin of error ± percentThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.Margin of error ± percentBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Unemployed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by duration of unemployment, level of education and sex. Year 2005 - 2017duration of unemploymentRefers to ongoing periods of unemploymentduration of unemploymentRefers to ongoing periods of unemploymentlevel of educationThe classification by level of educational attainment is according to the Swedish national educational classification (SUN)observationsUnemployed persons, 1000sRevision 2015-01-20 and 2015-06-08 For the period April 2005-January 2006, the data of unemployment is partly based on imputed values (model based imputation) due to collection problems. The share of imputed values is however limited. The proportion was between one and five percent during April-October 2005 and between 17 and 25 percent during November 2005-January 2006.Margin of error ±, 1000sThe presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.observationsMargin of error ±, 1000sBecause the LFS is a sample survey based on a national random probability sample, there is a degree of uncertainty that can be calculated. The presented information consists of estimations and consideration must be taken to uncertainty/margin of error when drawing conclusions. The interval that is created by the level estimation ± margin of error here is a 95 percent confidence interval, which is an interval with a 95 percent probability including the actual value.
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      Unemployed persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by duration of unemployment, sex and age. Month 2005M04 - 2018M11observationsUnemployed, 1000sRevision 2015-01-20 and 2015-06-08 For the period April 2005-January 2006, the data of unemployment is partly based on imputed values (model based imputation) due to collection problems. The share of imputed values is however limited. The proportion was between one and five percent during April-October 2005 and between 17 and 25 percent during November 2005-January 2006.
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      Young people aged 15-24 (LFS) not in employment and not in any education and training (NEET) by sex and labour status. Quarter 2007K1 - 2018K3observationsPercentThe percentage refers to the proportion of unemployed and inactive people who also belong to the group of Young people not in employment and not in any education and training.
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      Young people aged 15-24 (LFS) not in employment and not in any education and training (NEET) by sex and previous experience of work, Quarter 2007K1 - 2018K3
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      Young people aged 15-24 (LFS) not in employment and not in any education and training (NEET) by sex and Swedish/foreign born. Quarter 2007K1 - 2018K3
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      Young people aged 15-34 (LFS) not in employment and not in any education and training (NEET) by sex and age. Quarter 2007K1 - 2018K3observationsThousandsThe NEET indicator refers to persons aged 15-24. The age groups 25-29 and 30-34 are only provided as a reference.PercentThe NEET indicator refers to persons aged 15-24. The age groups 25-29 and 30-34 are only provided as a reference.

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