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LABO03: Part-time employment by reporting country, working time, sex, age, unit and time

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3/28/2023
1000 persons and percent of total employment
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Eurostat [lfsa_epgn62].
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Percent is calculated as part-time employed, in each age group, in percent of total employed in each age group. Full-time/part-time distinction in the main job is made on the basis of a spontaneous answer given by the respondents in all countries, except for Iceland and Norway, where part-time is determined on the basis of whether the usual hours worked are fewer than 35, while full-time on the basis of whether the usual hours worked are 35 or more, and in Sweden where this criterion is applied to the self-employed persons as well.

Data is collected from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) which is an inquiry directed to households, designed to obtain information on the labour market and related issues through a series of personal interviews. LFS adopted a new methodology from 2021 onwards, leading to a break in time series for all countries in 2021. For more information regarding the new methodology and its implications, see this article.

There are additional breaks in time series and some points show low reliability. Please refer to Eurostat (table: lfsa_epgn62) and related metadata for more information.

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Finland

Includes Ă…land.

EA

EA refers to the euro area, with a fixed area composition of the current 20 countries (from 2023).

EU

From June 2020: EU refers to EU27_2020, which is the European Union with a fixed area composition of the current 27 countries.

unit: Thousand persons , time: 2021

Break in time series.

reporting country: Denmark , unit: Thousand persons , time: 2008

Break in time series.

reporting country: Denmark , unit: Thousand persons , time: 2016

Break in time series.

reporting country: Denmark , unit: Thousand persons , time: 2017

Break in time series.

reporting country: Finland , unit: Thousand persons , time: 2008

Break in time series.

reporting country: Iceland , unit: Thousand persons , time: 2020

Break in time series.

reporting country: Sweden , unit: Thousand persons , time: 2018

Break in time series.