2.1.11. Number of employed persons by part- or full-time and sex (2000–)*

(thousand persons)

< >
Year Part-time Full-time Total number of persons employeda
male female total male female total
2000 62.3 89.4 151.7 2 043.6 1 660.9 3 704.5 3 856.2
2001 63.7 89.0 152.7 2 049.9 1 665.7 3 715.6 3 868.3
2002 62.3 89.0 151.3 2 050.3 1 669.0 3 719.3 3 870.6
2003 67.9 108.2 176.1 2 058.6 1 687.2 3 745.8 3 921.9
2004 66.9 105.0 171.9 2 050.4 1 678.1 3 728.5 3 900.4
2005 56.3 103.7 160.0 2 059.8 1 681.7 3 741.5 3 901.5
2006 55.8 99.3 155.1 2 082.8 1 690.5 3 773.3 3 928.4
2007 59.6 102.7 162.3 2 069.7 1 670.0 3 739.6 3 902.0
2008 70.5 110.2 180.7 2 023.2 1 644.5 3 667.6 3 848.3
2009 79.9 127.9 207.8 1 945.1 1 594.9 3 540.0 3 747.8
2010 79.0 140.8 219.8 1 913.5 1 599.0 3 512.6 3 732.4
2011 97.1 158.6 255.8 1 923.9 1 579.4 3 503.3 3 759.0
2012 96.6 174.1 270.7 1 952.3 1 604.3 3 556.5 3 827.2
2013 95.5 167.5 262.9 2 008.3 1 621.5 3 629.8 3 892.8
2014 99.4 162.3 261.6 2 113.1 1 710.4 3 823.5 4 100.8
2015 99.4 155.0 254.3 2 180.6 1 768.8 3 949.4 4 210.5
2016 83.3 144.8 228.1 2 277.7 1 842.3 4 120.1 4 351.6
2017 75.2 137.3 212.5 2 342.1 1 866.8 4 208.9 4 421.4
2018 76.8 139.6 216.4 2 369.4 1 883.7 4 253.1 4 469.5
*Source: Labour Force Survey, HCSO.  aThose, who participate in the public employment supplementary training program are considered as employed according to EU recommendations, however they were not classified according to employment characteristics between 2014 and 2016. For this reason, in this period, the sum of the number of the employed – by full time/part time employment – is not equal to the total number of the employed. 

© Hungarian Central Statistical Office, 2011