Women and Men in Finland 2014

In 2012, 69 per cent of Finnish women aged 15 or over and 68 per cent of men had completed some post-comprehensive level qualification. Thirty-seven per cent of women and 43 per cent of men had completed upper secondary level qualifications. Thirty-two per cent of women and 25 per cent of men had tertiary level qualifications.

In 2012, 18 per cent of female employees were in a fixed-term employment relationship and 20 per cent had a part-time employment relationship. Thirteen per cent of male employees had a fixed-term employment relationship and nine per cent had a part-time job.

This information can be found in Statistics Finland's publication Women and Men in Finland 2014, which contains statistical data on the position of women and men in society and on gender equality. This pocket-size information package contains a compilation of statistics describing family, education, working life, health, time use and social decision-making.

The publication Women and Men in Finland comes out every two years.

Women and Men in Finland 2014. Statistics Finland. 122 pages; price EUR 8. Presentation and PDF version of the publication
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Last updated 12.6.2014