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Appendix table 37. Employees aged 15-74 having paid overtime during the survey week and the proportion of them of all employees by industry (TOL 2008) in 2020

  Employees total Those having worked overtime for pay Share of those having worked overtime for pay
1000 persons 1000 persons Per cent
Industry TOL 2008      
Industries total 00-99 2 189 263 12,0
A, B Agriculture, forestry and fishing; mining and quarrying 01-09 36 5 13,1
C-E Manufacturing; electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning and water supply; sewerage and waste management 10-39 337 42 12,6
F Construction 41-43 144 24 16,7
G Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles 45-47 237 27 11,2
H Transportation and storage 49-53 117 17 14,2
I Accommodation and food service activities 55-56 67 6 8,7
J Information and communication 58-63 118 16 13,7
K, L Financial, insurance and real estate activities 64-68 73 10 13,2
M, N Professional, scientific and technical activities; administrative and support service activities 69-82 251 33 13,3
O Public administration and defence; compulsory social security 84 120 12 10,3
P Education 85 183 12 6,8
Q Human health and social work activities 86-88 389 49 12,5
R-U Arts, entertainment and recreation; other service activities 90-99 109 10 8,7

Source: Labour Force Survey 2020. Statistics Finland

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Updated 4.3.2021

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Labour force survey [e-publication].
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