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Economically active population 1993-

Last update 2018-11-29
Explanation

The register-based labour market statistics (RAMS) produced annually by Statistics Sweden are comprehensive statistics based on, among other things, employers’ wage statements and self-employed persons' tax returns. The total population for RAMS includes all persons registered in Sweden at year-end. The statistics present the number of employees and earning intensity of different groups of the population  using the month of November as the reference period.

Gainfully employed.
All persons deemed to have carried out an average of one hour's work per week during November are registered as gainfully employed. Those who were temporarily absent during the assessment period, for instance due to illness, are also included in the survey. When it cannot be ascertained from a wage statement whether an individual was employed during November, the size of the annual salary is used as a criterion. If the annual salary is greater than the indexed base amount then the person is deemed gainfully employed. Certain benefits, such as sickness benefit and parents’ allowance, are in this regard included as salary.

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Economically active population in 1993-2017

             

Skåne County

Year

Women aged 25-64

Men aged 25-64

Young people aged 16-24

of which young women

young men

Total aged 16-64

1993

199 572

203 313

41 136

20 482

20 654

444 021

1994

199 494

208 679

41 753

20 434

21 319

449 926

1995

199 263

212 615

42 328

20 076

22 252

454 206

1996

199 217

213 250

39 157

18 645

20 512

451 624

1997

197 992

214 226

38 320

18 106

20 214

450 538

1998

201 736

219 082

41 701

19 982

21 719

462 519

1999

205 000

222 923

41 160

19 270

21 890

469 083

2000

209 370

228 239

45 222

21 205

24 017

482 831

2001

214 409

230 473

44 287

21 720

22 567

489 169

2002

215 818

232 411

45 353

22 317

23 036

493 582

2003

216 289

231 704

43 205

21 051

22 154

491 198

2004

220 390

235 793

43 253

20 490

22 763

499 436

2005

222 557

237 422

49 011

23 741

25 270

508 990

2006

227 430

242 741

49 011

23 741

25 270

519 182

2007

230 927

247 462

53 296

25 763

27 533

531 685

2008

231 366

247 289

53 088

25 370

27 718

531 743

2009

226 962

240 254

48 259

24 034

24 225

515 475

2010

231 626

243 265

53 962

26 655

27 307

528 853

2011

234 643

247 272

54 256

25 798

28 458

536 171

2012

236 523

247 928

55 645

27 569

28 076

540 096

2013

238 001

249 103

55 676

27 862

27 814

542 780

2014

241 169

251 719

55 355

27 408

27 947

548 243

2015

245 486

255 815

56 598

28 320

28 278

557 899

2016

251 143

261 370

59 633

30 072

29 561

572 146

2017

255 109

266 359

59 668

29 598

30 070

581 136

             

Sweden

Year

Women aged 25-64

Men aged 25-64

Young people aged 16-24

of which young women

young men

Total aged 16-64

1993

1 643 912

1 680 561

345 981

176 504

169 477

3 670 454

1994

1 638 797

1 732 422

358 124

177 633

180 491

3 729 343

1995

1 641 329

1 769 079

363 726

174 827

188 899

3 774 134

1996

1 647 575

1 776 557

337 100

162 121

174 979

3 761 232

1997

1 634 543

1 783 573

326 163

154 675

171 488

3 744 279

1998

1 668 561

1 821 166

359 494

173 461

186 033

3 849 221

1999

1 698 620

1 854 670

353 571

168 234

185 337

3 906 861

2000

1 727 771

1 892 503

390 275

184 976

205 299

4 010 549

2001

1 761 599

1 907 039

382 093

187 687

194 406

4 050 731

2002

1 770 819

1 922 551

391 095

193 885

197 210

4 084 465

2003

1 766 504

1 910 214

372 198

182 224

189 974

4 048 916

2004

1 788 649

1 934 453

375 344

180 823

194 521

4 098 446

2005

1 796 984

1 937 516

373 474

178 588

194 886

4 107 974

2006

1 825 503

1 969 264

411 863

198 801

213 062

4 206 630

2007

1 849 430

2 006 012

443 566

214 473

229 093

4 299 008

2008

1 854 090

2 005 095

447 146

213 835

233 311

4 306 331

2009

1 812 464

1 946 545

400 519

198 948

201 571

4 159 528

2010

1 844 610

1 971 268

449 899

220 387

229 512

4 265 777

2011

1 865 678

2 002 401

458 682

216 810

241 872

4 326 761

2012

1 880 739

2 011 071

475 538

233 729

241 809

4 367 348

2013

1 889 587

2 021 670

478 749

237 630

241 119

4 390 006

2014

1 913 394

2 038 966

472 031

232 214

239 817

4 424 391

2015

1 943 420

2 070 317

480 036

237 669

242 367

4 493 773

2016

1 984 679

2 113 519

501 268

249 503

251 765

4 599 466

2017

2 012 156

2 153 732

503 713

246 301

257 412

4 669 601

Source: Statistics Sweden

 

Economically active population in 1993-2017

             

Skåne County

Year

Women aged 25-64

Men aged 25-64

Young people aged 16-24

of which young women

young men

Total aged 16-64

1993

199 572

203 313

41 136

20 482

20 654

444 021

1994

199 494

208 679

41 753

20 434

21 319

449 926

1995

199 263

212 615

42 328

20 076

22 252

454 206

1996

199 217

213 250

39 157

18 645

20 512

451 624

1997

197 992

214 226

38 320

18 106

20 214

450 538

1998

201 736

219 082

41 701

19 982

21 719

462 519

1999

205 000

222 923

41 160

19 270

21 890

469 083

2000

209 370

228 239

45 222

21 205

24 017

482 831

2001

214 409

230 473

44 287

21 720

22 567

489 169

2002

215 818

232 411

45 353

22 317

23 036

493 582

2003

216 289

231 704

43 205

21 051

22 154

491 198

2004

220 390

235 793

43 253

20 490

22 763

499 436

2005

222 557

237 422

49 011

23 741

25 270

508 990

2006

227 430

242 741

49 011

23 741

25 270

519 182

2007

230 927

247 462

53 296

25 763

27 533

531 685

2008

231 366

247 289

53 088

25 370

27 718

531 743

2009

226 962

240 254

48 259

24 034

24 225

515 475

2010

231 626

243 265

53 962

26 655

27 307

528 853

2011

234 643

247 272

54 256

25 798

28 458

536 171

2012

236 523

247 928

55 645

27 569

28 076

540 096

2013

238 001

249 103

55 676

27 862

27 814

542 780

2014

241 169

251 719

55 355

27 408

27 947

548 243

2015

245 486

255 815

56 598

28 320

28 278

557 899

2016

251 143

261 370

59 633

30 072

29 561

572 146

2017

255 109

266 359

59 668

29 598

30 070

581 136

             

Sweden

Year

Women aged 25-64

Men aged 25-64

Young people aged 16-24

of which young women

young men

Total aged 16-64

1993

1 643 912

1 680 561

345 981

176 504

169 477

3 670 454

1994

1 638 797

1 732 422

358 124

177 633

180 491

3 729 343

1995

1 641 329

1 769 079

363 726

174 827

188 899

3 774 134

1996

1 647 575

1 776 557

337 100

162 121

174 979

3 761 232

1997

1 634 543

1 783 573

326 163

154 675

171 488

3 744 279

1998

1 668 561

1 821 166

359 494

173 461

186 033

3 849 221

1999

1 698 620

1 854 670

353 571

168 234

185 337

3 906 861

2000

1 727 771

1 892 503

390 275

184 976

205 299

4 010 549

2001

1 761 599

1 907 039

382 093

187 687

194 406

4 050 731

2002

1 770 819

1 922 551

391 095

193 885

197 210

4 084 465

2003

1 766 504

1 910 214

372 198

182 224

189 974

4 048 916

2004

1 788 649

1 934 453

375 344

180 823

194 521

4 098 446

2005

1 796 984

1 937 516

373 474

178 588

194 886

4 107 974

2006

1 825 503

1 969 264

411 863

198 801

213 062

4 206 630

2007

1 849 430

2 006 012

443 566

214 473

229 093

4 299 008

2008

1 854 090

2 005 095

447 146

213 835

233 311

4 306 331

2009

1 812 464

1 946 545

400 519

198 948

201 571

4 159 528

2010

1 844 610

1 971 268

449 899

220 387

229 512

4 265 777

2011

1 865 678

2 002 401

458 682

216 810

241 872

4 326 761

2012

1 880 739

2 011 071