|Labor Force||Feb 2020||74.5||74.8||Mil. #, NSA||Monthly|
|Labor Force Employment||Feb 2020||71.1||71.3||Mil. #, NSA||Monthly|
|Unemployment||Feb 2020||3.4||3.5||Mil. #, NSA||Monthly|
|Unemployment Rate||Feb 2020||4.6||4.7||%, NSA||Monthly|
|Wage & Salaries||Jan 2020||46,674||62,239||RUB, NSA||Monthly|
|Total Employment||2018||71,726||71,842||Ths. #||Annual|
|Secondary Industries Employment||2017||20,330,926||20,532,631||#||Annual|
|Tertiary Industries Employment||2017||50,239,981||50,550,127||#||Annual|
For Russia, workplace-based employment by industry. Annual from 1990.
Employed in the economy are persons who in the reference period were involved in paid jobs, as well as in income related self-employment either with the participation of hired employees or without any hired employees. The employed comprise persons who are temporarily out of their work, non-paid family workers, as well as those in households who engaged in goods and services production for sale.
Data on average annual number of employed in the economy are compiled by the main job of civil population once a year based on a survey while drawing up a balance of labor resources based on information of organizations, materials of the sample survey on employment, data of executive power bodies, refinements of the number of employed who were not found during the sample survey on employment.
Data is presented in the annual release "Russia in Figures" and contains information on natural resources, national wealth, environment, demographic changes, income of the population, employment etc.
Since 2018, the data is presented according to ISIC Rev. 4 classification.
In mid-2019, history was extended by seven years.
When converted to the same frequency, the annual employment data differ from the monthly data compiled from the report on socio-economic indicators of Russia. Annual data is workplace-based employment (survey of employers) while monthly data is residence-based survey (compiled on a survey of population).
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At the IMF (SDDS):