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Results of the Kosovo 2015 : labour force survey : Anketa o radnoj snazi : rezultati za Kosovo 2015 (Sérvio)

The Kosovo Agency of Statistics (KAS) began conducting the Labor Force Survey (LFS) in 2001 and then undertook LFS on an almost annual basis until 2009. In 2011 KAS began planning for the updated Labour Force Survey which has several important improvements over previous surveys. This Labour Force Survey 2015 report contains data on employment and unemployment by age, gender, employment status, economic activities, occupations and other areas of the labour market.The main objectives of LFS are to collect information, mainly on the supply side of the labour market, i.e., information on those who are working or who are actively looking for work. The LFS collects social and economic information for use in the following areas: (i) Macro-economic monitoring; (ii) Human resource development policies; (iii) Employment policies; and (iv) Income support and social programs.

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  • Data do documento

    2016/06/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    108798

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    South Eastern Europe and Balkans,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/10/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Anketa o radnoj snazi : rezultati za Kosovo 2015

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    labour force participation rate;working age population;unemployment rate;vulnerable employment;employment rate of woman;human resource development policy;higher level of education;labour market;education level;unpaid family worker;working-age population;duration of unemployment;labour market indicator;state owned enterprise;youth unemployment rate;compulsory social security;information and communication;monthly salary;young people;economically active people;collection of information;employment and unemployment;long-term unemployment rate;work at home;decent working condition;working age people;high youth unemployment;low unemployment rate;labour market situation;lack of availability;public sector counterpart;secondary vocational education;work long hour;education and health;social security scheme;Occupation;sales worker;youth population;gender difference;machine operator;temporary contract;discouraged worker;young population;family responsibility;young woman;private household;social work;Waste Management;young men;retail trade;education attainment;private company;unemployed youth;total employment;sampling frame;reasons given;official statistic;Real estate;insurance activity;labour statistic;Food Services;economic dependency;undifferentiated good;contractual arrangement;educational system;employed persons;potential output;labour supply;unemployed population;high share;activity rates;individual level;downward pressure;flow diagram;demographic dependency;construction sector;employment status;female labor;female respondent;high unemployment;supply side;employment income;trade sector;part-time work;income support;vulnerable worker;salaried worker;social statistics;vocational secondary;national statistical;Higher Education;food preparation;part-time employment;occupational category;employment contract;educational level;Employment Sector;sample design;total unemployment;young person;statistical data;adjustment factor;producing good;

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