Number of work hours (hours actually worked) per week for persons aged 15-74 (LFS) by degree of attachment to the labour market, industrial classification NACE Rev. 1.1 and sex. Quarter 2005K2 - 2008K4
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Hours actually worked for employees are for both main job and extra job, while only hours in main job are included for permanent employees. Hours per sector are presented for work done in Sweden.
industrial classification NACE Rev. 1.1
Industrial classification SNI 2002 is replaced by new industrial classification SNI 2007 2009
industrial classification NACE Rev. 1.1
Industrial classification SNI 2002 is replaced by new industrial classification SNI 2007 2009
degree of attachment to the labour market
permanent employees
Permanent and temporary employees together make up the total number of employees
total employment
The employed include employees as well as self-employed persons and assisting family members
industrial classification NACE Rev. 1.1
28-35 Engineering industry
28-35 engineering industry is a subset of 10-37+40+41 extraction, manufacturing; energy and water supply
observations
Margin of error ±
The presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.
observations
Margin 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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Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2009-01-22
Contact
Vanja Hultkrantz, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 46 03
Vanja.Hultkrantz@scb.se

(SCB) Statistikservice, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 50 00
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Unit
Work hours:
millions of hours
Margin of error ±:
millions of hours
Data type
Work hours:
Average
Margin of error ±:
Average
Day adjusted
Work hours:
No
Margin of error ±:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Work hours:
No
Margin of error ±:
No
Creation date
2019-08-22
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
AM0401PS