Appendix table 19. Part-time employed persons aged 15-74 by sex and reason for part-time employment in 2010 - 2012

  Year Change Change
2010 2011 2012 2011/2012 2011/2012
1000 persons 1000 persons 1000 persons 1000 persons Per cent, %
Sex Reason for part-time employment          
Both sexes total Persons employed part-time total 358 369 374 5 1,4
Full-time work was not available 95 95 90 -4 -4,6
Studying 92 93 99 6 6,9
Caring for own children or other relatives 31 33 32 -1 -2,2
Health reasons 32 34 35 1 3,5
Wants to work part-time for some other reason 107 115 118 3 2,2
Males Persons employed part-time total 125 135 132 -3 -2,2
Full-time work was not available 30 31 29 -2 -7,5
Studying 35 38 37 0 -1,0
Caring for own children or other relatives . . . . .
Health reasons 13 13 13 0 3,0
Wants to work part-time for some other reason 46 51 51 0 0,2
Females Persons employed part-time total 232 235 243 8 3,4
Full-time work was not available 65 63 61 -2 -3,2
Studying 57 55 62 7 12,3
Caring for own children or other relatives 30 30 30 0 -0,7
Health reasons 19 21 22 1 3,8
Wants to work part-time for some other reason 61 64 67 2 3,8

Source: Labour Force Survey 2012. Statistics Finland

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Updated 5.3.2013

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