Underutilized labour supply, number of persons aged 15-74 and hours (LFS) for unemployed, not fully employed and persons potentially looking for a job by sex and age. Year 2005 - 2018
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labour underutilization
not fully employed
Persons who work less than they would like to and could have worked more during the reference week.
observations
Margin of error ±, number of persons, 1000s
The presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.
Margin of error ±, hours, millions
The presented margin of error corresponds to a 95 percent confidence interval.
observations
Margin of error ±, number of persons, 1000s
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.
Margin of error ±, hours, millions
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.
observations: Margin of error ±, hours, millions , labour underutilization: persons available to work but not seeking
Persons who work less than they would like to and could have worked more during the reference week.
observations: Number of persons, 1000s , labour underutilization: persons available to work but not seeking
Persons not in the labour force who wanted work and could have worked during the reference week.
observations: Margin of error ±, number of persons, 1000s , labour underutilization: persons available to work but not seeking
Persons not in the labour force who wanted work and could have worked during the reference week.
observations: Hours, millions , labour underutilization: persons available to work but not seeking
Persons not in the labour force who wanted work and could have worked during the reference week.

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Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2019-01-24
Contact
Vanja Hultkrantz, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 46 03
Vanja.Hultkrantz@scb.se

(SCB) Statistikservice, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 50 00
information@scb.se

Unit
Number of persons, 1000s:
1000s
Margin of error ±, number of persons, 1000s:
1000s
Hours, millions:
hours, millions
Margin of error ±, hours, millions:
hours, millions
Data type
Number of persons, 1000s:
Average
Margin of error ±, number of persons, 1000s:
Average
Hours, millions:
Average
Margin of error ±, hours, millions:
Average
Day adjusted
Number of persons, 1000s:
No
Margin of error ±, number of persons, 1000s:
No
Hours, millions:
No
Margin of error ±, hours, millions:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Number of persons, 1000s:
No
Margin of error ±, number of persons, 1000s:
No
Hours, millions:
No
Margin of error ±, hours, millions:
No
Creation date
2019-08-19
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
AM0401UT