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Population aged 15-74 (LFS) by sex, age and labour status. Month 2001M01 - 2024M05

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Arbetskraftsundersökningarna (AKU), Statistics Sweden
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Statistikservice, Statistics Sweden
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2024-06-19
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As the LFS is a sample survey, all estimations are subject to uncertainty. Uncertainty in estimations based on fewer than 20 observations on a monthly or quarterly basis or fewer than 40 observations on a yearly basis may be considered too large and the estimation is not reported. In these cases, the value is replaced with two periods [..]. For the period 2001M01–2020M12, the time series contains ´linked data´. No margins of error (uncertainty figures) are reported for the period, this is instead marked as '..' in the time series. The series 2001M01–2004M12 are macrolinked and for the period 2005M01–2020M12 they are microlinked. The estimates regarding quarter 1 2005 and its constituent months are based on a smaller number of responses than other periods. These estimates are therefore more uncertain and should be used with caution. In 2023, the retirement age was raised from 65 to 66 years, and in 2026, it will be raised to 67 years. This results in the reporting of more age groups in the LFS. To enable comparisons over time, the age groups 16–65, 16–66, 20–65, and 20–66 are reported back to 2021.

observations: Percent , labour status: not in the labour force

For “Population” and ”Not in the Labour Force” there are no ratio estimates and no adherent margins of error (uncertainty figures), this is indicated by “..” in the time series.

observations: Margin of error ± percent , labour status: not in the labour force

For “Population” and ”Not in the Labour Force” there are no ratio estimates and no adherent margins of error (uncertainty figures), this is indicated by “..” in the time series.

observations: Percent , labour status: total

For “Population” and ”Not in the Labour Force” there are no ratio estimates and no adherent margins of error (uncertainty figures), this is indicated by “..” in the time series.

observations: Margin of error ± percent , labour status: total

For “Population” and ”Not in the Labour Force” there are no ratio estimates and no adherent margins of error (uncertainty figures), this is indicated by “..” in the time series.