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Appendix table 25. Employees whose present work has continued less than one year by sex in 2010 - 2012, persons aged 15-74

  Year Change Change
2010 2011 2012 2011/2012 2011/2012
1000 persons 1000 persons 1000 persons 1000 persons Per cent, %
Sex Employment relationship          
Both sexes total Employees total 393 446 435 -11 -2,5
- permanent full-time work 130 162 157 -5 -3,2
- permanent part-time work 42 50 49 -1 -2,9
- temporary (fixed-term) full-time work 161 172 164 -7 -4,3
- temporary (fixed-term) part-time work 59 62 65 3 4,8
Temporary (fixed-term) work total 221 233 229 -4 -1,9
Part-time work total 101 112 113 1 1,3
Males Employees total 185 213 205 -8 -3,7
- permanent full-time work 80 98 95 -4 -3,8
- permanent part-time work 13 17 16 -1 -4,0
- temporary (fixed-term) full-time work 71 76 72 -4 -5,2
- temporary (fixed-term) part-time work 21 22 22 1 2,4
Temporary (fixed-term) work total 91 98 94 -3 -3,5
Part-time work total 34 39 39 0 -0,4
Females Employees total 208 233 230 -3 -1,4
- permanent full-time work 50 64 62 -1 -2,3
- permanent part-time work 29 33 33 -1 -2,4
- temporary (fixed-term) full-time work 91 96 92 -3 -3,5
- temporary (fixed-term) part-time work 39 40 42 2 6,1
Temporary (fixed-term) work total 129 136 135 -1 -0,7
Part-time work total 67 73 75 2 2,2

Source: Labour Force Survey 2012. Statistics Finland

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Updated 5.3.2013

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Labour force survey [e-publication].
ISSN=1798-7857. Employment and unemployment 2012, Appendix table 25. Employees whose present work has continued less than one year by sex in 2010 - 2012, persons aged 15-74 . Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 5.10.2022].
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