|Data||30 Jun 2019||3,630|
|30 Jun 2018||3,575|
|Unemployment||2020 Q1||84.8||74.7||Ths., NSA||Quarterly|
|Unemployment Rate||2020 Q1||2.4||2.3||%, SA||Quarterly|
|Wage & Salaries||2019 Q4||5,783||5,183||SGD, NSA||Quarterly|
|Labor Force||30 Jun 2019||3,740||3,675||Ths. #||365 days|
|Labor Force Employment||30 Jun 2019||3,630||3,575||Ths. #||365 days|
|Secondary Industries Employment||2018||487.6||490||Ths. # End, NSA||Annual|
|Tertiary Industries Employment||2018||2,755||2,700||Ths. # End, NSA||Annual|
|Total Employment||2017||3,669||3,673||Ths. #, End||Annual|
For Singapore: labor force, unemployment and employment by industry. Annual from 1990.
Employment data comprise all persons in employment i.e. employees and the self-employed. However, it excludes men who are serving their two-year full-time national service liability in the Singapore Armed Forces, Police and Civil Defence Forces.
In Singapore, employment statistics are compiled from two major sources:
(1) Administrative records, where
(2) Comprehensive Labour Force Survey (LFS)
Industrial classification: SSIC, which is revised every five years.
Only seasonally adjusted figures are revised.
SSIC 2015 has 22 sections (numbered A to V), but labor data are typically reported as 10 industry branches which include single sections and aggregates. There are three residual categories that may appear, but are not always defined:
Some countries report a "total" which is actually "non-agricultural employment", but since agriculture accounts for only