Appendix table 30. Part-time employees 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 293 305 310 5 1,6
Full-time work was not available 82 82 79 -3 -3,3
Studying 85 86 93 6 7,5
Caring for own children or other relatives 27 29 28 -1 -2,8
Health reasons 25 28 29 2 6,1
Wants to work part-time for some other reason 73 80 80 0 0,3
Males Persons employed part-time total 87 96 94 -1 -1,4
Full-time work was not available 22 24 22 -1 -6,2
Studying 31 33 33 0 -0,7
Caring for own children or other relatives . . . . .
Health reasons 8 9 9 1 7,0
Wants to work part-time for some other reason 24 27 28 0 1,7
Females Persons employed part-time total 206 209 216 6 3,0
Full-time work was not available 60 58 57 -1 -2,1
Studying 54 53 60 7 12,6
Caring for own children or other relatives 26 27 27 0 -0,8
Health reasons 17 19 20 1 5,6
Wants to work part-time for some other reason 48 52 52 0 -0,4

Source: Labour Force Survey 2012. Statistics Finland

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Updated 5.3.2013

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