Vacancies;SIC 2008;private sector

Vacancies;SIC 2008;private sector

SIC 2008 Periods Unfilled vacancies (x 1 000) New vacancies (x 1 000) Filled vacancies (x 1 000)
A-U All economic activities 2022 1st quarter 416.6 389 319
A Agriculture, forestry and fishing 2022 1st quarter 3.9 4 3
B Mining and quarrying 2022 1st quarter 0.5 0 0
C Manufacturing 2022 1st quarter 35.7 28 25
D Energy supply 2022 1st quarter 2.2 2 1
E Water supply and waste management 2022 1st quarter 2.0 2 1
F Construction 2022 1st quarter 26.4 15 14
G Wholesale and retail trade 2022 1st quarter 92.1 95 80
H Transportation and storage 2022 1st quarter 19.1 18 16
I Accommodation and food serving 2022 1st quarter 44.3 48 28
J Information and communication 2022 1st quarter 28.8 22 19
K Financial institutions 2022 1st quarter 11.7 12 10
L Renting, buying, selling real estate 2022 1st quarter 3.6 4 3
M Other specialised business services 2022 1st quarter 43.7 35 27
N Renting and other business support 2022 1st quarter 28.8 33 29
O Public administration and services 2022 1st quarter 1.1 1 1
P Education 2022 1st quarter 3.1 3 3
Q Health and social work activities 2022 1st quarter 57.2 52 47
R Culture, sports and recreation 2022 1st quarter 6.4 8 6
S Other service activities 2022 1st quarter 6.1 6 5
Source: CBS
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Table description


Unfilled, new and filled vacancies in the private sector Selections: Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic Activities 2008 (SIC 2008), size of enterprises, periods.
The number of vacancies per quarter refers to vacancies in the private sector at the end of each quarter.

Data available since 1997, quarter 1.

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

Changes as of 17 May 2022:
Figures of the 1st quarter of 2022 have been added.

When will new figures be published?
Figures of the 2nd quarter of 2022 will be published in August 2022.

Description topics

Unfilled vacancies
The number of vacancies per quarter refers to vacancies in the private sector 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 at the end of each quarter.
New 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 including cancelled vacancies.
The number of vacancies per quarter refers to vacancies in the private sector at the end of each quarter.
New 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.