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Organisations covered:

  • Not applicable

Positions covered:

  • Employed persons are persons aged 15 years and over who, during the reference week performed work, even for just one hour a week, for pay, profit or family gain or who were not at work but had a job or business from which they were temporarily absent because of something like, illness, holiday, industrial dispute or education and training.

Main sources of data:

  • EU Labour Force Survey

Periodicity of data collection:

Annual

The latest data and all existing historical data:

Data in Excel format excel8book(78 kB) Choose translations of the previous link 

Employment

  Total employment (1000s)
  Women
(N)
Men
(N)
Women
(%)
Men
(%)
EU-28 99,123 118,390 46 54
         
Belgium 2,058 2,466 45 55
Bulgaria 1,392 1,542 47 53
Czech Republic 2,112 2,778 43 57
Denmark 1,276 1,413 47 53
Germany 18,459 21,621 46 54
Estonia 315 309 50 50
Ireland 857 981 47 53
Greece 1,524 2,239 40 60
Spain 7,850 9,432 45 55
France 12,292 13,506 48 52
Croatia 659 787 46 54
Italy 9,458 13,441 41 59
Cyprus 185 204 48 52
Latvia 447 429 51 49
Lithuania 658 618 52 48
Luxembourg 104 132 44 56
Hungary 1,796 2,082 46 54
Malta 63 110 36 64
The Netherlands 3,900 4,524 46 54
Austria 1,943 2,241 46 54
Poland 6,940 8,651 45 55
Portugal 2,191 2,444 47 53
Romania 4,137 5,126 45 55
Slovenia 424 500 46 54
Slovakia 1,026 1,303 44 56
Finland 1,206 1,277 49 51
Sweden 2,215 2,442 48 52
United Kingdom 13,636 15,792 46 54
         
Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of 258 393 40 60
Turkey 7,308 17,511 29 71
Republic of Serbia : : : :
Iceland 81 87 48 52
         
Liechtenstein : : : :
Norway 1,223 1,362 47 53
         
All countries 107,993 137,743 44 56
- = not applicable, : = not available
Data collected between 13/11/2013-14/11/2013 and refer to situation 1/1/2012 to 31/12/2012