Czech Republic - Total Employment

Czech Republic: Total Employment

Mnemonic ETOT.ICZE
Unit Thousands, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly 0.52 %
Data 2018 Q4 5,326
2018 Q3 5,298

Series Information

Source The Czech Statistical Office (CZSO)
Release Labor Force Survey - Main update
Frequency Quarterly
Start Date 3/31/1993
End Date 12/31/2018

Czech Republic: Labor

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Labor Force 2019 Q1 5,434 5,429 Ths., SA Quarterly
Labor Force Employment 2019 Q1 5,327 5,316 Ths., SA Quarterly
Unemployment 2019 Q1 106.46 112.88 Ths., SA Quarterly
Unemployment Rate 2019 Q1 1.96 2.08 %, SA Quarterly
Primary Industries Employment 2018 Q4 144.7 151.39 Ths., NSA Quarterly
Real Wages & Salaries 2018 Q4 104.7 106 Real Index, corresponding period of previous year = 100 Quarterly
Total Employment 2018 Q4 5,326 5,298 Thousands, NSA Quarterly
Wage & Salaries 2018 Q4 33,840 31,516 Nominal local currency, NSA Quarterly
Agriculture Employment 2017 146.33 149.08 Ths. Annual

Release Information

This release is based on the official results of the quarterly Czech Labor Force Survey. The survey results display information about the level and structure of employment, unemployment, and underemployment in the Czech Republic according to the recommendations and international definitions of the International Labor Organization. 

The compiling of the Labor Force Survey uses specific legislation and economic conditions to allow for minimal bias in the data collection. The source uses common reporting to estimate employment in organizations and companies, and it identifies employment in the Czech Republic by gender, age, qualification, industry, and a variety of other factors.

 The preliminary update covers the seasonally and non seasonally adjusted labor force and unemployment rate statistics, including numbers of employed and unemployed citizens in the Czech Republic. 

The main update revises the statistics in the preliminary update while also breaking down the labor force statistics by gender and age.