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12tf -- Percentage of unemployed jobseekers of the entire workforce at the end of the month (1260), 2006M01-2024M01

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2/20/2024
Unemployed jobseekers on calculation date (number):
number
Workforce in Statistic Finland’s RES (number):
number
Proportion of unemployed jobseekers as a percentage of total workforce (%):
percent
3/26/2024
2/26/2019
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, Employment Service Statistics
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Unemployed jobseekers on calculation date (number)

Number of unemployed jobseekers on the end-of-month calculation date

Workforce in Statistic Finland’s RES (number)

Workforce in Statistics Finland’s register-based employment statistics (RES), usually about two years old.

Proportion of unemployed jobseekers as a percentage of total workforce (%)

Proportion of unemployed jobseekers as a percentage of total workforce