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Labour market

Labour market statistics enables realization of individuals, households and enterprises' inclusion on labour market, both in short-term and in structural view. Apart from the aspect of economic activity (productivity, labour costs, amount of salary), labour market statistics is significant for socio-economic issues, such as unemployment, earnings' structure by employees' characteristics, social inequality (e.g. gender pay gap), reconciliation between work and family life, etc.


Unemployment rate
9.4 %
Average wages and salaries
96 913
Registered employment
2 360 588