This annual publication presents a comprehensive range of statistical information on the economic activities of the population, including detailed analysis and data on employment and unemployment as well as characteristics of persons in and outside the labour force. It also examines a wide range of topics including income, training, term contract employment, hours worked and modes of job search. Key findings: The resident labour force participation rate (LFPR) trended up over the last five years, due to rising female LFPR and stable male LFPR. Amid the weaker economic environment, the employment rate was stable while the unemployment rate rose and real median income growth moderated in 2016.
Key findings of the report has been released in the Labour Force in Singapore Advance Release 2016 in end Nov 2016.
Released on: 26 January 2017
Release: 22 Mar 2017
Release: 26 Jul 2013
Release: 28 Dec 2012
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