Chile - Labor Force Employment





Chile: Labor Force Employment

Mnemonic LBE.ICHL
Unit Ths. # 3-mo MA, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 0.61 %
Data Sep 2019 8,512
Aug 2019 8,460

Series Information

Source National Institute of Statistics (INE)
Release Labor Force Survey
Frequency Monthly
Start Date 2/28/1985
End Date 9/30/2019

Chile: Labor

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Agriculture Employment Sep 2019 712.33 706.92 Ths. # 3-mo. MA, NSA Monthly
Labor Force Sep 2019 9,157 9,115 Ths. # 3-mo MA, NSA Monthly
Labor Force Employment Sep 2019 8,512 8,460 Ths. # 3-mo MA, NSA Monthly
Total Employment Sep 2019 8,512 8,460 Ths. # 3-mo. MA, NSA Monthly
Unemployment Sep 2019 645.43 654.98 Ths. # 3-mo MA, NSA Monthly
Unemployment Rate Sep 2019 7.05 7.19 % 3-mo MA, NSA Monthly
Wage & Salaries Sep 2019 4,958 4,939 CLP per hr., NSA Monthly

Release Information

The National Institute of Statistice (INE) reports monthly employment data for Chile and its regions. The data set includes total population, labor force, employed population, total unemployed, unemployment rate, and inactive population.

Figures are based on a 3 month moving average (3-mo MA) in thousands of people (Ths. #) or as a percentage (%), not seasonally adjusted (NSA). Moody's Analytics computes seasonally adjusted counterparts at the national level.

The New National Employment Survey (NENE) aims to classify people 15 years and older according to their employment status. NENE replaced the former National Employment Survey (ENE) in April 2010. The survey follows a set of defined rules on the international level which allows the INE to measure employment and unemployment by way of household surveys. These rules help to define questions that make up the household survey.

The survey is in accordance with the resolutions of ILO’s International Conferences of Labor Statisticians (ICLS). Employed persons contains data for a person who worked at least 1 hour in a week and received payment. The distinction between "traditional" and "non-traditional" employment is made by how the participant recognizes work activity. Unemployed accounts for people seeking work in the last 4 weeks and those available for work in the last 2 weeks.