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Namibia labour force survey, 2004

Namibia labour force survey, 2004

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Published by Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, Directorate of Labour Market Services in [Windhoek] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor supply -- Namibia -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMinistry of Labour and Social Welfare, Directorate of Labour Market Services.
    ContributionsNamibia. Directorate of Labour Market Services.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5843.5.A6 N364 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 114 p. :
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23934469M
    ISBN 100869766961
    ISBN 109780869766965
    LC Control Number2008347757

    According to the Namibia Labour Force Survey Report , conducted by the Namibia Statistics Agency, the country's unemployment rate is %.[80] "Strict unemployment" (people actively seeking a full-time job) stood at % in , % in and spiraled to % in   The Namibia Statistics Agency will embark on the Labour Force Survey, scheduled to start on 29 September, to seek to correct past mistakes in unemployment calculations, particularly inconsistencies in data generation. The survey runs until 11 October. The agency has finalised the preparation for the next round of the Labour Force Survey.

    Purpose of the Labour Force Survey ix Survey Methodology x Population coverage x Sample size and response x Weighting xiii Data Collection xiii Quality control xiii Sampling errors xiv Concepts and Definitions xv Results 1. LIST OF TABLES AND CHARTS. the survey report. This part of the Guide Book Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Table C, Quarter 1, Statistics South Africa 28 Source: LABORSTA, ILO statistical database. 29 Source: Based on Labour force survey, Switzerland, 39 whilst that of the employed population al-though also lop-sided is more of an upturned U-shape.

    Labor Force Participation Rate in Namibia increased to percent in from percent in Labor Force Participation Rate in Namibia averaged percent from until , reaching an all time high of percent in and a record low of percent in This page provides - Namibia Labor Force Participation Rate- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart. Unemployment Rate in Namibia decreased to percent in from 34 percent in Unemployment Rate in Namibia averaged percent from until , reaching an all time high of percent in and a record low of percent in This page provides - Namibia Unemployment Rate - actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and .


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Since then, Eight Labour Force Surveys (,and ) have been conducted in the country at more or less regular intervals of every four years up to then from there annually. The Labour Force Survey of was the fifth annual Labour Force Survey to be conducted by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA).

The first full-scale Labour Force Survey (LFS) in Namibia was carried out in under the National Household. Survey Programme, launched after the Government endorsed the Five Year Plan of Development of Statistics in Namibia in Since then, five Labour Force Surveys have been conducted in the country at more or less.

The first full-scale Labour Force Survey (LFS) in Namibia was carried out in under the National Household Survey Programme, launched after the Government endorsed the Five Year Plan of Development of Statistics in Namibia in Since then, five Labour Force Surveys have been conducted in the country at more or less regular intervals of.

The Namibia Labour Force Survey (NLFS) is a household-based sample survey. Namibia's first Labour Force Survey was conducted inand the survey has been conducted every 4 years 2004 book then, by the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare (MoLSW).

The NLFS is the first Labour Force Survey conducted by the new Namibia Statistics Agency. Namibia Labour Force Survey Report Namibia Labour Force Survey Report.

The first full-scale Labour Force Survey (LFS) in Namibia was carried out in under the National Household Survey Programme, launched after the Government endorsed the Five Year Plan of Development of Statistics in Namibia in   Namibia conducted its fifth post-Independence national labor force survey in This survey, known as the Namibia Labor Force Survey (LFS ), provides a wealth of information on the state of labor force in the country that is by far superior in scope and quality to any that has been available previously, Namibia labour force survey particular that it incorporated a detailed module on Informal sector and.

Since then, five Labour Force Surveys (,and ) have been conducted in the country at more or less regular intervals of every four years. The Labour Force Survey of was the fourth annual labour force survey to be conducted by the Namibia Statistics Agency. The first, second and third labour.

According to the Namibia Labour Force Survey Reportconducted by the Namibia Statistics Agency, the country's unemployment rate is %. "Strict unemployment" (people actively seeking a full-time job) stood at % in% in and spiralled to % in Namibia: Labour Force Survey.

Namibia Labour Force Survey (Data in icon Labour force Survey Reports.) Questionnaire: pages of its report ; Nepal: Nepal Labour Force Survey. Nepal Labour Force Survey (Click on its report) Questionnaire: pages of its report; Netherlands: Labour Force Survey.

Namibia Labour Force Survey - aN attempt to uNraveL the myStery oF StatiSticS. Democracy Report November 2 to about one and a half years in It took, however, again almost two years to officially publish the Labour Force report, although the.

Namibia is the author of A Practical Guide to the Decentralisation Enabling ACT ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Namibia Labour Force Survey, 2/5(1). A total ofpeople are employed in agriculture, according to the Namibia Labour Force Survey by the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare.

"Agriculture remains the sector that provides. These are the Labour Force Survey which was the first comprehensive set of statistics on the state of employment and labour to be collected in Namibia, the Child Activities Survey, the Namibia Labour Force Survey, the Informal Economy Survey, the Namibia Labour Force Survey and the Child Activities Survey.

According to the Namibia Labour Force Survey, Namibia has one of the highest unemployment rates (broadly defined) in the world, currently standing at % rising from 36% in This means more than half of Namibia’s economically active population is unemployed, posing major social, political and economic risks, as such.

InNamibia's manufacturing sector contributed about 20% of GDP. Namibian manufacturing is inhibited by a small domestic market, dependence on imported goods, limited supply of local capital, widely dispersed population, small skilled labour force and high relative wage rates, and subsidised competition from South Africa.

Labour Force Trends in the labour force since - Zambia’s labour force has been increasing. Inthe population in the labour force was estimated at 4, giving rise to a labour force participation rate of percent.

The Labour Force grew to 5, in and 5, in giving participation. Namibia Labour Force Survey (NLFS ) is a continuation of the series of Labour Force Surveys conducted in Namibia after independence.

The data collection exercise of the NLFS will be undertaken as from the 1st of October This survey is also an important component of the National Household Survey Programme. For now, let me inform you more about the Namibia Labour Force Survey which will be released tomorrow on Ma The Labour Force Survey held last year was a country wide household survey which was conducted between September and October The main purpose for conducting the survey is to provide information on the size and.

The Namibian Police as well as the City Police issued a stern warning this week to residents who refuse to participate in the ongoing Annual Labour Force Survey conducted by the Namibia Statistics.

The aim of providing these labour market figures is to provide statistics for evidence-based planning and crafting policies relevant to the situation on the ground. For example, the latest labour force survey shows that the official unemployment rate is per cent while it is per cent for the youth.

2. Zambia Demographic and Health Survey 3. UN-Habitat 4. World Economic Database (estimate). 5. Global Human Development Report, Human Development IndexUNDP. 6. Labour Force Survey. 7. World Economic DatabaseIMF. 8. Central Statistical Office, GDP benchmark estimates. 9.Prohibition on Forced and Compulsory Labour.

The Constitution of Namibia states that no person is to be required to perform forced labour. All types of forced labour is prohibited unless it is required as a consequence of a sentence or order by a court, where the person is rightfully detained and is reasonably necessary in the interests of hygiene, during a public emergency, or required as a.The Namibia Labour Force Survey (NLFS) is the sixth post-independence survey although the NLFS was not that comprehensive as the other five (5).

It will be conducted by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare.