Scotland: employment status of labour force 2017

Current economic situation of adults of working age in Scotland in 2017

Scotland: employment status of labour force 2017 This statistic shows the current economic situation of adults of working age (aged between 16 and 64) in Scotland in 2017. 49 percent were in full-time employment, more than three times as many as those in part-time employment.
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Current economic situation of adults of working age in Scotland in 2017

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Share of respondents
Employed full time49%
Employed part time13%
Self employed8%
Looking after the home or family5%
Permanently retired from work4%
Higher/Further education6%
Unemployed and seeking work7%
Permanently sick or disabled2%
Other1%
Unable to work due to short term 5%
Share of respondents
Employed full time49%
Employed part time13%
Self employed8%
Looking after the home or family5%
Permanently retired from work4%
Higher/Further education6%
Unemployed and seeking work7%
Permanently sick or disabled2%
Other1%
Unable to work due to short term 5%
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This statistic shows the current economic situation of adults of working age (aged between 16 and 64) in Scotland in 2017. 49 percent were in full-time employment, more than three times as many as those in part-time employment.
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