Vacancies; SIC 2008; private firms and government sectors

Vacancies; SIC 2008; private firms and government sectors

SIC 2008 size classes Periods Unfilled vacancies (x 1000) New vacancies (x 1 000) Filled vacancies (x 1000)
861 Hospitals 2020 2nd quarter 8.7 6 8
Source: CBS
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Table description


The number of vacancies per quarter refers to vacancies in the private sector and in government at the end of each quarter.
Subjects: Unfilled vacancies, new vacancies, filled vacancies in the private sector and in government sectors.

Selections: SIC 2008, size of the enterprise, periods.

Data available since 1997, quarter 1.
Frequency of appearance: each quarter.

Status of the figures:
All figures in this table are final.

Changes as of 14 August 2020:
New figures of second quarter of 2020 have been added.

When will new figures be published?
New figures of third quarter of 2020 will be published November 2020.

Description topics

Unfilled vacancies
The number of vacancies per quarter refers to vacancies in the private sector and in government sectors at the end of each quarter.
The annual figure regarding unfilled vacancies is a weighted average calculated as follows:
Vacancies 4th quarter previous year under review, weight 1.
Vacancies 1st, 2nd, 3rd quarter year under review, weight 2.
Vacancies 4th quarter year under review, weight 1.

Vacancies, annual average = Total number of vacancies/8
The annual result of the new and filled vacancies is the total of the four quarters.
New vacancies
The number of vacancies per quarter refers to vacancies in the private sector and in government sectors at the end of each quarter.
New vacancies and filled vacancies also include new vacancies which were filled in that same quarter.
The annual result of the new and filled vacancies is the total of the four quarters.
The annual figure regarding unfilled vacancies is a weighted average.
Filled vacancies
Filled vacancies include cancelled vacancies.
The number of vacancies per quarter refers to vacancies in the private
sector and in government sectors at the end of each quarter.
New vacancies and filled vacancies also include new vacancies which were filled in that same quarter.
The annual result of the new and filled vacancies is the total of the four quarters.
The annual figure regarding unfilled vacancies is a weighted average.