Changes in the Situation of Different Demographic Groups in the Lithuanian Labour Market and the Influence of Methodical Differences on Relative Unemployment Indicators
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Arūnas Pocius
LSTC Darbo rinkos tyrimų institutas
Published 2016-12-20
https://doi.org/10.15388/LJS.2016.13863
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Keywords

employment rate
unemployment rate
activity of the population
labour market
labour market policy
long-term unemployment
integration

How to Cite

Pocius A. (2016) “Changes in the Situation of Different Demographic Groups in the Lithuanian Labour Market and the Influence of Methodical Differences on Relative Unemployment Indicators”, Lithuanian Journal of Statistics, 55(1), pp. 6-18. doi: 10.15388/LJS.2016.13863.

Abstract

The paper analyses employment, activity and unemployment trends in Lithuania by sex and age, with thefocus on the monitoring of the labour market situation of different demographic groups. The possibilities of integratingwomen and men, elderly and young people into the labour market are evaluated using key labour market indicators. Differentunemployment estimation methods are used for the assessment of changes in the labour market situation of differentdemographic groups in Lithuania. Statistical data analysis is supplemented by the results of individual research.

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