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137k -- Employees and self-employed persons aged 15-74 by sex, quarterly data, 2009Q1-2022Q4

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1/27/2023
Employed, 1000 persons:
thousand persons
Employees, 1000 persons:
thousand persons
Self-employed persons and unpaid family workers, 1000 persons:
thousand persons
Self-employed persons, 1000 persons:
thousand persons
Unpaid family workers, 1000 persons:
thousand persons
Self-employed persons (excl. agriculture, forestry and fishing), 1000 persons:
thousand persons
Self-employed employers (excl. agriculture, forestry and fishing), 1000 persons:
thousand persons
Self-employed without employees (excl. agriculture, forestry and fishing), 1000 persons:
thousand persons
4/26/2023
5/28/2021
Statistics Finland, labour force survey
001_137k_2022q4
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Documentation of statistics 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 137k replaces Table 11d8 that has been transferred to the archive database.