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 LABOUR FORCE SURVEYS MONTHLY
May 2017 
Publication No. 2017/5
Published   22/06/2017    
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Main Findings - Press Release, Methods, Reliability of the Estimates, Definitions, Classifications and Explanations, Main Changes in the Transition to a Monthly Survey Begining January 2012, Chaining Coefficients, Questionnaire, Changes in the Labour Force Survey 2009, Seasonal Adjustment Definitions, Variable List, Explanatory Notes to the Tables
   
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INTRODUCTION
Main Findings - Press Release, Methods, Reliability of the Estimates, Definitions, Classifications and Explanations, Main Changes in the Transition to a Monthly Survey Begining January 2012, Chaining Coefficients, Questionnaire, Changes in the Labour Force Survey 2009, Seasonal Adjustment Definitions, Variable List, Explanatory Notes to the Tables
   
Pdf   Main Findings - Media Release
Pdf   Methods
Pdf   Reliability of the Estimates
Pdf   Definitions, Classifications and Explanations
Pdf   Main Changes in the Transition to a Monthly Survey as of January 2012
Pdf   Chaining Coefficients
Pdf   Questionnaire
Pdf   Seasonal Adjustment Definitions
Pdf   Variable List
Pdf   Explanatory Notes to the Tables
Zip T A B L E S
Excel 1. Persons aged 15 and over, by labour force characteristics
Excel 2. Males aged 15 and over, by labour force characteristics
Excel 3. Females aged 15 and over, by labour force characteristics
Excel 4. Employed persons, by extent of work
Excel 5. Employed males, by extent of work
Excel 6. Employed females, by extent of work
Excel 7. Persons aged 25-64, by labour force characteristics
Excel 8. Males aged 25-64, by labour force characteristics
Excel 9. Females aged 25-64, by labour force characteristics
Excel 10. Employment rates of persons aged 15 and over and 25-64
Excel 11. Employed persons (not including permanent samples), by usual extent of work
Excel 12. Employed males (not including permanent samples), by usual extent of work
Excel 13. Employed females (not including permanent samples), by usual extent of work
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