According to ILO definitions a person is considered to be employed if he or she works for at least one hour during reference week, or does not work due to holiday, illness, etc. but normally is in employment. Persons on long-term absence as e.g. women on parental leave are included in the category of the employed if they have a formal attachment to the job.
Please consult our database for yearly and quarterly data on the employed.
|29.07.2020||The Austrian labour market during the corona crisis – labour market data of June 2020|
|01.07.2020||The Austrian labour market during the corona crisis – labour market data of May 2020|
|03.06.2020||The Austrian labour market during the corona crisis – labour market data of April 2020|
|29.04.2020||Austrian labour market at the beginning of the corona crisis|
|18.03.2020||Austrian Labour market 2019: increase in employment, decrease of unemployment|
|17.12.2019||Reconciliation of work and family life: 29% of 18- to 64-year-olds have caring responsibilities for children, 7% for relatives|
|11.12.2019||Austrian labour market third quarter of 2019: unemployment continues to decline; more part-time employment again|
|11.09.2019||Austrian labour market second quarter 2019: reduced increase in employment; slightly fewer unemployed|
|12.06.2019||Austrian labour market first quarter 2019: increase in employment; slightly fewer unemployed|
|29.04.2019||50 Years micro-census|
|20.03.2019||Labour market 2018: more full-time employees; fewer unemployed than in 2017|
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