Total employment, by economic activity (Thousands)

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Footnotes:
1: Sep. of each year.
2: Persons aged 15 years and over.
3: Official estimates.
4: April.
5: Persons aged 16 years and over.
6: Luanda.
7: May.
8: Excl. armed forces.
9: Sep.
10: Civilian labour force employed.
11: Prior to 2006: 28 urban agglomerations.
12: Second semester.
13: 31 Urban agglomerations.
14: Persons aged 10 years and over.
15: Methodology revised; data not strictly comparable; Prior to 2003: May and October.
16: Prior to 1996: Gran Buenos Aires; May and Oct.
17: Oct. of each year.
18: Gran Buenos Aires.
19: Oct.
20: Incl. armed forces, Excl. conscripts.
21: Aug.
22: Beginning 1995: estimates based on the 1996 Population Census results.
23: Beginning 1989: estimates based on 1991 Population Census results.
24: Prior to 1986: excl. unpaid family workers who worked less than 15 hours.
25: Beginning 1985, data classified according to ANZSIC; previously classified by ASIC.
26: Beginning 1984: estimates based on 1986 Population census results.
27: Prior to 1980: Aug. of each year.
28: Excl. restaurants and hotels.
29: Incl. restaurants and hotels.
30: Beginning 1978: estimates based on 1981 Population census results.
31: Excl. conscripts on compulsory military service.
32: Prior to 2004: incl. conscripts.
33: Excl. armed forces and conscripts.
34: Incl. mining and quarrying.
35: Incl. the armed forces.
36: Prior to 1990: excl. armed forces; private agriculture and street vendors.
37: April of each year.
38: Prior to 1986: persons aged 14 years and over.
39: New Providence and Grand Bahama.
40: Prior to 1982: incl. petroleum refineries.
41: Prior to 1982: excl. petroleum refineries.
42: Year ending in June of the year indicated.
43: Incl. quarrying.
44: Wholesale and retail trade.
45: Tourism.
46: First and fourth quarters.
47: Fourth quarter.
48: Average of the first three quarters.
49: Incl. professional army.
50: Prior to 1999: April of each year.
51: June of each year.
52: Included armed forces and conscripts.
53: Persons aged 14 years and over.
54: Excl. conscripts.
55: Excl. forestry.
56: Incl. forestry.
57: Urban areas, Nov.
58: Prior to 1996: main towns.
59: Persons aged 12 years and over.
60: Excl. rural population of Rondônia, Acre, Amazonas, Roraima, Pará and Amapá.
61: Prior to 2003: Excl. rural population of Rondõnia,Acre, Amazonas, Roraima, Pará and Amapá.
62: Incl. electricity, gas, water and sanitary services.
63: Excl. restaurants and hotels.
64: Excl. storage.
65: Incl. international and other extra-territorial bodies and activities not adequately defined.
66: Incl. restaurants, hotels and storage; excl. sanitary services and international bodies.
67: Methodology revised; data not strictly comparable.
68: March.
69: Incl. major divisions 2 and 4.
70: Excl. veterinary services, radio and TV broadcasting, repair and installation services.
71: Prior to 1992: state and cooperative sector.
72: Incl. veterinary services.
73: Nov. of each year.
74: Excl. residents of the Territories and indigenous persons living on reserves.
75: Excl. full-time members of the armed forces.
76: Incl. repair and installation services.
77: Incl. sanitary services.
78: Excl. repair and installation services and sanitary services.
79: Excl. business services.
80: Incl. restaurants and hotels; excl. repair and installation services and sanitary services.
81: Fourth quarter of each year.
82: Sample design revised.
83: Beginning fourth quarter 1985: sample design revised. 1985: quarter Nov. 1985-Jan. 1986.
84: Prior to 1982: persons aged 12 years and over.
85: Dec. of each year.
86: Urban areas.
87: State-owned units, urban collective-owned units and other ownership units.
88: Excl. armed forces and reemployed retired persons.
89: Whole national economy.
90: Third quarter.
91: 7 main cities; Sep. of each year; Persons aged 12 years and over.
92: Beginning 1991: estimates based on the 1993 Population Census results.
93: July of each year.
94: Beginning 1987: methodology revised. Data not strictly comparable.
95: Incl. financing, insurance, real estate and business services.
96: Incl. electricity, gas and water.
97: Nov.
98: Estimate not sufficiently reliable.
99: June.
100: Men aged 17 to 60 years; women aged 17 to 55 years.
101: February - April
102: Dec.
103: Government-controlled area.
104: Incl. persons on child-care leave.
105: Persons aged 15 to 66 years.
106: January.
107: Second quarter of each year.
108: Persons aged 15 to 74 years.
109: Prior to 1984: civilian labour force employed.
110: Prior to 1979: Oct. of each year.
111: Santo Domingo City.
112: July.
113: Prior to 1990: persons aged 12 years and over.
114: Persons aged 15 to 64 years.
115: May and Nov.
116: November.
117: Persons aged 12 to 64 years.
118: May, June, Sep. and Dec.
119: Metropolitan areas.
120: Incl. financing, insurance and real estate; excl. restaurants and hotels.
121: Persons aged 6 years and over.
122: Prior to 1997: persons aged 15 to 69 years.
123: December.
124: Revised industrial classification: data for major divisions 6, 8 and 9 not strictly comparable.
125: Incl. mining and quarrying, electricity, gas and water.
126: Prior to 1976: incl. professional army; excl. compulsory military service.
127: Incl. professional army; excl. compulsory military service.
128: Incl. major divisions 2, 4 and 5.
129: Incl. major divisions 7, 8 and 9.
130: Prior to 2002: April of each year.
131: Prior to 1998: persons aged 14 years and over.
132: Incl. repairs.
133: Guatemala City.
134: 5 major cities.
135: Excl. marine, military and institutional populations.
136: Beginning 1985: incl. unpaid family workers who worked for one hour or more.
137: Oct.-Dec.
138: Prior to 1980: persons aged 14 years and over.
139: Estimates based on the 2001 Population Census results.
140: Non-material activities; incl. major division 8.
141: Persons in receipt of child-care allowance.
142: Prior to 1981: excl. persons in receipt of child-care allowance.
143: Averages of 1st January of the year reported and of the following year.
144: Persons aged 16 to 74 years.
145: Prior to 2003: April and Nov. of each year.
146: Aug. of each year.
147: Feb. of each year.
148: Incl. major divisions 2, 4, 5 and 7.
149: Intercensal Population Survey results.
150: Persons aged 10 years and over.
151: Prior to 1998: April of each year.
152: Prior to 1985: persons aged 14 years and over.
153: Methodology revised; prior to 1993: persons aged 14 years and over.
154: Incl. electricity, gas, water and sanitary services
155: Incl. self-defence forces.
156: Excl. hotels.
157: Incl. hotels.
158: Incl. business services and hotels.
159: Prior to 1973: excl. Okinawa Prefecture.
160: Feb.
161: Employment with remuneration in cash.
162: Estimates based on the 2000 Population Census results.
163: Estimates based on the 1995 Population Cencus results.
164: Prior to 2002: persons aged 15 years and over.
165: Incl. border workers and employees of international organizations.
166: Excl. real estate and business services.
167: Incl. real estate, business services and activities not adequately defined.
168: Incl. activities not adequately defined.
169: Prior to 2004: April of each year.
170: Incl. major division 8.
171: Prior to 2007: persons aged 15 years and over.
172: Before 1995, persons aged 12 years and over.Methodology revised; data not strictly comparable.
173: Persons aged 7 years and over.
174: Persons aged 15 to 69 years.
175: Beginning 1992: questionnaire revised.
176: Prior to 1987: persons aged 15 years and over; biennial survey (March-May).
177: Jan. of each year.
178: Excl. major group 210.
179: Incl. major group 210.
180: Prior to 1981: persons aged 14 years and over.
181: Prior to 1970: excl. major group 220.
182: Beginning 1970: incl. major group 220.
183: Curaçao.
184: Jan.
185: Prior to 1984: incl. Aruba.
186: Prior to 2006: persons aged 16 to 74 years.
187: Beginning 2nd quarter 1988: methodology revised.
188: Prior to 1986: excl. unpaid family workers who worked less than 10 hours.
189: Prior to 1980: incl. professional army; excl. compulsory military service. 1980: new estimation method.
190: Omanis.
191: Computed from 1987-88 survey results.
192: Persons working in Canal Zone.
193: Prior to 1994: Asunción metropolitan area and persons aged 12 years and over, except for 1993: 10 years and over.
194: Metropolitan Lima.
195: May-Dec.
196: Lima; excl. unpaid family workers who worked less than 15 hours.
197: Sep.-Oct.
198: Excl. compulsory military service.
199: Excl. regular military living in barracks.
200: Establishments with 20 or more persons employed.
201: Private education only.
202: Excludes public medical, dental and other health services.
203: Before 1999: establishments with 10 or more persons employed.
204: Prior to 1987: fourth quarter of each year.
205: Feb. and Aug.
206: Excl. regular military living in barracks and conscripts.
207: Data not reliable; coefficient of variation greater than 20%.
208: Estimates based on the 2001 Population Census results. Prior to 1998: persons aged 14 years and over.
209: Persons aged 12 years and over; incl. the Azores and Madeira.
210: Prior to 1983: persons aged 10 years and over; Continent; civilian labour force employed.
211: Prior to 1976: persons aged 14 years and over.
212: March of each year.
213: Persons temporary absent from work.
214: Estimates based on the 2002 Population Census results.
215: March: persons aged 14 years and over.
216: 31st Dec. of each year.
217: New industrial classification.
218: Persons aged 15 to 72 years.
219: October.
220: Excl. unpaid family workers.
221: Incl. home-made handicrafts.
222: Prior to 1996: persons aged 14 years and over.
223: Incl. major divisions 4 and 5.
224: The data refer to the residents (Singapore citizens and permanent residents) aged 15 years and over.
225: Revised data.
226: Incl. information service activities.
227: Incl. agriculture, fishing, mining and quarrying.
228: Prior to 1978: persons aged 10 years and over.
229: Excl. persons on child-care leave.
230: Prior to 1976: persons aged 14 years and over; civilian labour force employed. 1976: fourth quarter.
231: Excl. Northern and Eastern provinces.
232: Whole country.
233: Excl. Mullativu and Killinochchi districts.
234: Excl. Northern province.
235: August.
236: First semester.
237: Establishments with 10 or more persons employed.
238: Persons aged 15 to 74 years; prior to 2007: 16 to 64 years.
239: Persons aged 16 to 64 years.
240: Prior to 1986: persons aged 16 to 74 years; excl. unpaid family workers who worked less than 15 hours.
241: 11 months' average.
242: Excluding armed forces and seasonal/border workers.
243: Relative statistical reliability.
244: Jan. and July.
245: Prior to 2001: persons aged 13 years and over
246: Prior to 1989: persons aged 11 years and over.
247: Prior to 1984: second round.
248: Prior to 1983: excl. unpaid family workers who worked for less than 20 hours.
249: Incl. petroleum and gas extraction.
250: Excl. gas.
251: Prior to 1988: ISIC-1 (1958).
252: New series according to 1980 population census; 1980: second semester.

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Country or AreaYearSexClassificationSubclassificationSourceValueValue Footnotes
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3Total.Official estimates935
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3A-B.Official estimates542
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3C. Mining and QuarryingOfficial estimates5
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3D. ManufacturingOfficial estimates58
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3E. Electricity, Gas and Water SupplyOfficial estimates10
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3F. ConstructionOfficial estimates53
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3G. Wholesale and Retail Trade; Repair of Motor Vehicles, Motorcycles and Personal and Household GoodsOfficial estimates68
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3H. Hotels and RestaurantsOfficial estimates16
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3I. Transport, Storage and CommunicationsOfficial estimates19
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3J-L,O-Q.Official estimates90
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3M. EducationOfficial estimates48
Albania2006Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3N. Health and Social WorkOfficial estimates25
Albania2005Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3Total.Official estimates932.1
Albania2005Total men and womenISIC-Rev.3A-B.Official estimates545
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