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[IWS] Eurostat: LABOUR MARKET AND LABOUR FORCE SURVEY (LFS) STATISTICS [20 May 2014]
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LABOUR MARKET AND LABOUR FORCE SURVEY (LFS) STATISTICS [20 May 2014]
Data from April 2014. Most recent data: Further Eurostat information, Main tables and Database.
European Union Labour force survey - Annual results 2013
Author: Martin TEICHGRABER
This publication presents the main results for 2013 of the EU Labour force survey (LFS) for the European Union (EU) as a whole (EU-28) and for all Member States, as well as two candidate countries and two EFTA countries. Indicators presented in this publication are: employment rates, part-time employment, number of employed people, hours usually worked, employees with limited duration contracts, number of self-employed persons, self-employment as a proportion of total employment, unemployment rate, long-term unemployment, youth unemployment ratio and number of persons not in the labour force.
- 1 Main statistical findings
- 2 Data sources and availability
- 3 Context
- 4 Further Eurostat information
- 5 Notes
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