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  1. Wages and salaries in the private and public sector

    These statistics are no longer updated. The publication of Short-term (business) statistics, wages and salaries in the private and public sectors (AM47), which has been a compilation of wage and salary statistics for the private and public sectors, ceased...

  2. Labour cost index (LCI)

    The LCI shows the development of the total labour cost per hour quarterly for manual workers and non-manual workers in the private sector. The labour cost includes salary, variable salary increments, benefits, sick pay and employer contributions and bonus...

  3. Occupational accidents and work-related diseases

    The statistics are based on the work injury reports submitted to the Swedish Social Insurance Agency. An occupational injury report provides details about the injured person and the employer as well as the extent of the injury and its causes.

  4. Job openings and unmet labour demand

    The statistics are based on a sample survey of companies and provide information on the demand for unutilised labour and job openings, broken down by industry, region and size category. The reported variables are the number of job openings, the number of ...

  5. Population and housing census 1960–1990 (TPR)

    Statistics show different aspects of society at the time of the census. There are statistics available here from FoB 75 to FoB 90 on the population's employment, household composition and accommodation. There are also descriptions of all variables from Fo...

  6. Name statistics

    Statistics show which names newborns were given and which first names, first names normally used and last names the population has. Name statistics are based on information about people registered in the Population Register submitted by the Swedish Tax Ag...

  7. Household's finances

    The survey has been terminated. Income statistics for households is now part of the survey Income and taxes. The statistics on housing costs are included in the survey Housing costs. The statistics on housing for households are presented in the survey Hou...

  8. Distributional analysis system for income and transfers

    FASIT is a micro-simulation model that calculates effects of changes in tax, fee and transfer systems for individuals and households. It is possible to calculate how changes to these systems affect different groups in society and the effect they have on p...

  9. Household finances general statistics

    The statistics show the number of full-time staff aged 20-64 who are supported via social assistance or benefits such as sickness benefit, sickness and activity compensation, unemployment benefit and economic support. It also contains information on fees ...

  10. Compulsory school: leaving certificate

    The statistics show pupils' grades per subject, grade point average, average merit rating, percentage who achieved knowledge requirements, percentage qualifying for upper secondary school, broken down by type of responsible agency, sex, and parents' and s...

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