|Source||Italian National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT)|
|Release||Employment by Industry|
|Unemployment Rate||Jan 2023||7.92||7.81||%, SA||Monthly|
|Labor Force Employment||2022 Q4||23,249||23,129||Ths. #, SA||Quarterly|
|Primary Industries Employment||2022||895||912.9||Ths. #||Annual|
|Secondary Industries Employment||2022||6,028||5,846||Ths. #||Annual|
|Total Employment||2022 Q4||23,249||23,129||Ths. #, SA||Quarterly|
|Unemployment||2022 Q4||1,971||2,001||Ths. #, SA||Quarterly|
|Wage & Salaries||2021||732,782||679,442||Mil. EUR||Annual|
|Tertiary Industries Employment||2017||17,760,676||17,907,124||#||Annual|
For Italy, Istat disseminates regional estimates for internal work units, value added, gross domestic product (GDP), income from employment, and household final consumption expenditure.
Labour input: the main definitions concern persons employed, jobs and full time equivalent. In SNA, labour inputs have to be classified on the base of the economic activity unit at local level and of the institutional unit. The Italian approach calculation of jobs and the corresponding full time equivalent, representing transformation to full-time of jobs for different working categories (registered, unregistered, main, multiple) detectable by integrating and comparing different statistical sources or by using indirect estimating methods.
October 3, 2014 - Istat released the new annual national accounts according to ESA 2010, along with an extraordinary revision, exploiting advances in methods and sources (e.g. the new balance of payments estimates issued by the Bank of Italy according to BPM6).
September 23, 2019 - The time series of national accounts, based on the new European System of Accounts (ESA 2010), have been subjected to an extraordinary revision, exploiting advances in methods and sources. The revision took place in coordination with other European countries.
At IMF (SDDS Plus):