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REDE04: R&D staff, by unit, sector, reporting country and time

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Number of persons, full-time equivalent and percent
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Head count: The number of individuals who are employed mainly or partly on R&D. For purposes of comparison between different regions and periods, this indicator is often used in conjunction with employment or population variables.

Full-time equivalent (FTE): Corresponds to one year's work by one person. Thus, someone who normally devotes 40% of his/her time to R&D and the rest to other activities (e.g. teaching, university administration or counselling) should be counted as only 0.4FTE.

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Denmark

Estimated data 1996.

Estimated data 2008 for Total - Full-time equivalent and Total - Full-time equivalent, % of total employment.

Break in time series 2007.

Break in time series 2002 for Government sector and Higher education sector.

Provisional data: 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Finland

Break in time series 1997 and 2011 for Total and Higher education sector.

Break in time series 1994 and 1995 for Government sector - Full time equivalent.

Definition differs for Government sector 1994.

Break in time series 2011 for Total.

Iceland

Break in time series 2013 for Total, Business enterprise sector, Government sector and Higher education sector.

Break in time series 2011.

Estimated data 2002 for Full time equivalent.

Estimated data 1998, 2000.

Norway

Break in times series 1991 for Total and Higher education sector -Full time equivalent.

Break in time series 1995 for Total and Business enterprise sector - Full time equivalent.

Break in time series 2007 for Government sector and Higher education sector - Full time equivalent.

Provisional data: 2019.

Sweden

Provisional data 2016 for Full time equivalent.

Definitions differ 2007 for Total and Government sector.

Definitions differ for Government sector and Private non-profit sector.

Many estimated data and breaks in time series, for more information please see Eurostat metadata (tables rd_p_persocc, rd_p_perslf).

EA

EA referes to the euro area, with a fixed area composition of the current 19 countries.

Estimated data: 2008 - 2010.

Estimated data: Private non-profit sector.

EU

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

Estimated data: 2008 - 2018.

Estimated data: Private non-profit sector.