2.1.35. Number of employees by economic branches (2009–)*(3/4)

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Year Out of which:
Public administration and defence; compulsory social security Education Human health and social work activities Human health activities Social work activities Arts, entertainment and recreation Other service activities
O P Q QA QB R S
Number of employees, thousands
2009 293.5 256.5 213.3 118.8 94.5 37.7 17.8
2010 262.5 266.0 261.6 118.2 143.4 36.4 21.3
2011 247.0 262.2 245.6 116.2 129.4 35.9 21.9
2012 260.0 254.3 263.8 118.5 145.3 33.0 21.4
2013 269.7 244.0 294.7 118.5 176.2 31.9 17.6
2014 281.7 248.9 341.6 119.7 221.9 34.4 17.8
2015 285.5 251.6 346.4 119.7 226.7 41.5 19.2
2016 287.3 260.6 359.6 120.4 239.2 42.3 20.3
2017 281.6 280.0 342.0 120.4 221.7 38.8 20.8
2018 281.4 289.2 319.9 121.4 198.6 43.0 22.7
2019 270.6 290.6 302.9 122.8 180.1 43.1 23.9
Previous year = 100.0%
2009 111.7 98.8 101.8 101.4 102.3 98.9 101.8
2010 89.4 103.7 122.6 99.5 151.7 96.5 119.6
2011 94.1 98.6 93.9 98.3 90.3 98.8 102.6
2012 105.2 97.0 107.4 102.0 112.2 91.9 98.1
2013 103.7 95.9 111.7 99.9 121.3 96.6 81.9
2014 104.5 102.0 115.9 101.0 125.9 107.7 101.2
2015 101.4 101.1 101.4 100.0 102.2 120.9 108.2
2016 100.6 103.6 103.8 100.6 105.5 101.9 105.5
2017 98.0 107.5 95.1 99.9 92.7 91.6 102.7
2018 99.8 101.4 92.7 100.7 88.4 104.8 102.4
2019 95.9 100.1 94.7 100.3 91.2 100.4 97.6
*Data of enterprises with at least 5 employees, budgetary institutions on a full scope basis and non-profit organisations which are significant in respect of employment. Source of data: until 2018 the monthly institutional labour data collection system, as of 2019 data taken over from administrative sources.  Preliminary data 

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