|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Source||State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) - Switzerland|
|Release||Unemployment (subnational, M)|
|Unemployment||Dec 2022||96,941||91,327||#, NSA||Monthly|
|Unemployment Rate||Dec 2022||2.1||2||%, NSA||Monthly|
|Primary Industries Employment||2022 Q3||130.46||113.04||Ths. #, NSA||Quarterly|
|Secondary Industries Employment||2022 Q3||1,043||1,038||Ths. #, NSA||Quarterly|
|Real Wages & Salaries||2021||107.6||108.43||2010 = 100, NSA||Annual|
|Labor Force Employment||2016 Q4||5,080||5,051||Ths.||Quarterly|
|Total Employment||2016 Q4||5,080||5,051||Ths.||Quarterly|
For Switzerland, unemployment count and rate (for canton (NUTS 3) areas), with additional detail (age, NACE industry) for the country.
The IMF writes:
The definition of unemployed includes all persons registered with a regional placement office who are without work and immediately available for employment (as a rule, within 30 days) and who are looking for work. All job seekers between the ages of 15 and 65 are taken into account. No category of foreigner is excluded.
No. The data are final when first released and are not subject to revision.