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Appendix table 1. Temporarily laid off and unemployed persons by occupation (AML2010 5-digit level)

AML2010 5 -digit level Unemployed persons Temporarily laid off persons
1221. Sales and marketing managers 242 964
1321. Manufacturing managers 111 625
1412. Restaurant managers 147 144
1420. Retail and wholesale trade managers 103 206
2142. Civil engineers 248 589
2144. Mechanical engineers 380 3 906
2149. Engineering professionals not elsewhere classified 178 1 098
2151. Electrical engineers 142 1 169
2166. Graphic and multimedia designers 291 772
2320. Vocational education teachers 441 284
23304 Other secondary education teaching professionals 1 630 859
23411 Class teachers in primary education 1 435 893
23412 Subject teachers in primary education 1 002 206
2342. Early childhood educators 1 770 2 956
2351. Education methods specialists 154 136
2352. Special needs teachers 524 305
2354. Other music teachers 209 122
2355. Other arts teachers 189 192
23591 Career counsellors 301 221
23592 Other teaching professionals 1 228 537
2411. Accountants 304 1 432
2421. Management and organization analysts 245 876
2422. Policy administration professionals 490 382
2423. Personnel and careers professionals 302 1 205
2431. Advertising and marketing professionals 690 3 570
2432. Public relations professionals 207 547
2433. Technical and medical sales professionals (excluding ICT) 165 1 615
2434. Information and communications technology sales professionals 131 346
2511. Systems analysts 272 1 216
2512. Software developers 518 1 674
2634. Psychologists 135 212
26351 Social workers, etc. 317 448
26422 Journalists 145 482
2643. Translators, interpreters and other linguists 210 219
2652. Musicians, singers and composers 372 458
2654. Film, stage and related directors and producers 283 236
2655. Actors 161 232
31121 Building construction technicians 102 300
3115. Mechanical engineering technicians 231 3 133
3119. Physical and engineering science technicians not elsewhere classified 421 1 319
3122. Manufacturing supervisors 121 964
3123. Construction supervisors 202 508
3141. Life science technicians (excluding medical) 143 255
32211 Nurses 1 415 966
32212 Public health nurses 207 1 317
3255. Physiotherapy technicians and assistants 388 1 539
3313. Accounting associate professionals 511 1 572
3322. Commercial sales representatives 1 490 7 203
3323. Buyers 164 1 258
33341 Estate agents 164 329
3339. Business services agents not elsewhere classified 276 439
3341. Office supervisors 112 414
3343. Administrative and executive secretaries 345 923
3344. Medical secretaries 227 283
34112 Agents, officials and other organisation associate professionals 158 244
34121 Social instructors 1 933 1 178
34122 Youth leaders (not parishes) 342 268
34123 Work and craft leaders 419 486
34139 Other religious associate professionals 293 299
3422. Sports coaches, instructors and officials 272 768
3423. Fitness and recreation instructors and program leaders 725 1 194
3431. Photographers 158 148
3434. Chefs 115 920
34351 Producer's assistants and other stagecraft associate professionals 176 408
3512. Information and communications technology user support technicians 324 834
3521. Broadcasting and audio-visual technicians 253 271
4110. General office clerks 381 338
4120. Secretaries (general) 1 620 3 925
4211. Bank tellers and related clerks 292 164
4221. Travel consultants and clerks 181 836
4222. Contact centre information clerks 129 229
4224. Hotel receptionists 219 1 212
4225. Enquiry clerks 351 889
4226. Receptionists (general) 216 586
4227. Survey and market research interviewers 206 105
42299 Other client information clerks not elsewhere classified 200 449
4311. Accounting and bookkeeping clerks 326 1 089
4313. Payroll clerks 137 304
4321. Stock clerks 191 662
43239 Other transport clerks 173 1 533
4411. Library clerks 267 519
44121 Mail carriers 450 368
44122 Porters 192 226
4419. Clerical support workers not elsewhere classified 264 527
5111. Travel attendants and travel stewards 179 1 525
5113. Travel guides 359 232
51201 Cooks 2 383 8 324
51202 Restaurant services supervisors and shift managers 1 112 6 110
5131. Waiters 1 729 6 391
5132. Bartenders 122 426
5141. Hairdressers 855 1 300
5142. Beauticians and related workers 358 427
5151. Cleaning and housekeeping supervisors in offices, hotels and other establishments 159 505
5153. Building caretakers 1 385 1 906
5222. Shop supervisors 356 2 060
5223. Shop sales assistants 6 474 18 373
5230. Cashiers and ticket clerks 290 348
5244. Contact centre salespersons 546 651
5245. Service station attendants 162 579
5246. Food service counter attendants 1 418 4 906
53111 Childminders in kindergartens and other institutions 4 818 4 425
53112 Private childminders 385 718
53113 Children's club leaders 932 824
5312. Teachers' aides 4 374 4 734
53212 Mental handicap nurses 296 105
53213 Social work assistants 1 995 290
53219 Other practical nurses 955 491
53221 Household service workers 1 190 245
53222 Personal care workers, family carers, etc. 1 489 882
53291 Dental assistants 151 864
53292 Equipment maintenance assistants 115 142
53294 Massage therapists and practical rehabilitation nurses 199 150
5414. Security guards 742 1 355
61132 Gardeners, horticultural and nursery growers and workers 465 345
61214 Farm relief workers 169 116
6210. Forestry and related workers 185 226
7111. House builders 2 408 2 978
7115. Carpenters and joiners 1 157 2 379
7119. Building frame and related trades workers not elsewhere classified 259 433
7121. Roofers 106 237
7124. Insulation workers 122 433
7126. Plumbers and pipe fitters 677 1 757
7127. Air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics 146 438
7131. Painters and related workers 465 838
7132. Spray painters and varnishers 136 429
7212. Welders and flamecutters 370 1 856
7213. Sheet-metal workers 273 930
7222. Toolmakers and related workers 229 818
7223. Metal working machine tool setters and operators 446 3 480
7231. Motor vehicle mechanics and repairers 1 049 3 486
7233. Agricultural and industrial machinery mechanics and repairers 670 3 738
7411. Building and related electricians 515 1 445
7412. Electrical mechanics and fitters 776 1 596
74211 Electronics installers and repairers 130 353
7422. Information and communications technology installers and servicers 212 352
7512. Bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionery makers 239 714
7522. Cabinet-makers and related workers 156 481
8114. Cement, stone and other mineral products machine operators 241 670
8131. Chemical products plant and machine operators 141 1 008
8142. Plastic products machine operators 255 1 078
8157. Laundry machine operators 205 460
8160. Food and related products machine operators 853 1 390
8171. Pulp and papermaking plant operators 270 2 306
8172. Wood processing plant operators 190 1 072
8183. Packing, bottling and labelling machine operators 208 547
8211. Mechanical machinery assemblers 530 3 037
8212. Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers 313 1 775
8219. Assemblers not elsewhere classified 277 653
8322. Car, taxi and van drivers 1 246 2 725
8331. Bus and tram drivers 586 2 897
8332. Heavy truck and lorry drivers 1 958 2 571
8341. Mobile farm and forestry plant operators 250 1 349
8342. Earthmoving and related plant operators 534 861
8343. Crane, hoist and related plant operators 167 463
83441 Stevedores 174 356
8350. Ships' deck crews and related workers 113 194
91121 Office cleaners, etc. 3 367 5 144
91122 Hotel cleaners 181 636
91123 Hospital and institutional helpers 1 346 200
91124 Kindergarten assistants 1 165 639
91129 Other cleaners not elsewhere classified 352 482
9312. Civil engineering labourers 416 456
9313. Building construction labourers 471 269
9329. Manufacturing labourers not elsewhere classified 115 551
9333. Freight handlers 2 550 4 894
9411. Fast food preparers 457 788
9412. Kitchen helpers 2 174 4 268
9612. Refuse sorters 145 152
9621. Messengers, package deliverers and luggage porters 268 113
9629. Elementary workers not elsewhere classified 175 594

Source: Employment Statistics, Statistics Finland

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Updated 18.11.2021

Referencing instructions:

Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Employment [e-publication].
ISSN=2323-6825. Industry, employer sector and jobs 2019, Appendix table 1. Temporarily laid off and unemployed persons by occupation (AML2010 5-digit level) . Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 5.7.2022].
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