Short-term regional statistics
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For any question or comment, please write to: RegionStat@oecd.org

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Latest update: 21 October 2021

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See the note on the divergence in employment and unemployment statistics during the COVID-19 crisis: http://www.oecd.org/sdd/labour-stats/OECD-employment-and-unemployment-statistics-during-the-COVID-19-crisis.pdf

Short-term regional statisticsAbstract

The regional short-term dataset covers infra-annual data on labour market statistics and health.

••• The labour market trend is measured with:
• Employment rate (% employed population over working age population)
• Unemployment rate (% unemployed population over active population)
• Participation rate (% active population over working age population)

Data are available by sex (women, men, total), and age groups:
• 15+ (working age population aged 15 year olds and over)
• 15-24 (youth)

Due to limitation of data availablity in the 15+ age group, 15-64 year olds are reported for Belgium, Denmark and Italy ; 16+ for United Kingdom ; 15-74 for Estonia, Finland, Hungary and Ireland ; 15-75 for Netherlands. For youth 15-24 year olds labour market, 15-29 years olds is reported for Korea.

••• Health infra-annual data is measured with:
• The monthly excess mortality (% difference of deaths with the average for the same month between 2016 and 2019)
• Vaccination rates early September (full 2-doses, partial 1-dose and total), data are shown in Q2-2021.

The data collection is undertaken by the OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities (CFE).

> Quarterly regional labour market metadata (pdf)http://stats.oecd.org/wbos/fileview2.aspx?IDFile=2dcc605c-917e-4ca2-8855-296b5063c387> Monthly excess mortality metadata (pdf)http://stats.oecd.org/wbos/fileview2.aspx?IDFile=610fe132-1516-48b3-9673-a6466aaee72b> Regional vaccination rates metadata (pdf)http://stats.oecd.org/wbos/fileview2.aspx?IDFile=f140d1cf-0a2f-4e88-8c87-cf175e117e81
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For any question or comment, please write to: RegionStat@oecd.org

Date last input received

Latest update: 21 October 2021

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> OECD Regional Recovery Platformhttps://www.oecd.org/regional/recovery-platform.htm> Regions and Cities at a Glance (report)https://www.oecd.org/governance/oecd-regions-and-cities-at-a-glance-26173212.htmRecommended uses and limitations

See the note on the divergence in employment and unemployment statistics during the COVID-19 crisis: http://www.oecd.org/sdd/labour-stats/OECD-employment-and-unemployment-statistics-during-the-COVID-19-crisis.pdf