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Self employed by national level, occupation (4-digit SSYK 2012), region of birth and sex. Year 2014 - 2018

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From 2014 reported occupational data for the revised standard for Swedish Occupational Classification 2012 ( SSYK 2012). SSYK 2012 replaces the previous version , SSYK96 . This means that comparison between 2014 and previous years should not be done. For employees in municipalities and county councils The occupational variable SSYK is connected from an AID Label-code. 2018, updates have been made in the AID code, which has led to certain changes among SSYK groups. Therefore, comparisons using SSYK before and after 2018 must be done with caution when looking at municipalities and county councils and also the public sector and entire labour market, especially occupations that are common in municipalities and county councils. The statistics refer only to those entrepreneurs who according to the register-based labor market statistics RAMS are employed and have professional status 4, which are sole traders, partnership owners and limited owners. Time series break. As from the beginning of 2011, changes have been made to the way gainfully employed persons are classified in the Labour statistics based on administrative sources (RAMS statistics). These changes only affect people who are 65 and older and lead to an increase in the number of gainfully employed persons in this age group. In addition, the upper age limit to be classified as gainfully employed has been changed from age 84 to age 74. This implies that there are no gainfully employed persons who are age 75 and older as of 2011. More information about the changes is available at For employees aged 16-64 in 2014 relates most occupations , 74 percent , conditions in the reference year or the year after . 19 percent of the data is imputed using a model based on the occupational code (according SSYK 96 ) the individual had in the register previously . This means that there may be jobs in industries or sectors where they appear abnormal . The previous code used can be up to five years old.