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DYNAMIC SERIES

Economically active population
Population employment
 Distribution of the number of wage earners at enterprises and organizations by sex and level of education
 Employed by sectors of economy in 2012
 Employed by sectors of economy in 2013
 Employed by sectors of economy in 2014
 Employed by sectors of economy in 2015
 Employed persons by sex and economic activity in 2016
Employed persons by sex and economic activity in 2017
 Employment by principle place of business, sex and age groups
 Female to male ratio of total employment in the formal sector of the economy in 2012
 Female to male ratio of total employment in the formal sector of the economy in 2013
 Female to male ratio of total employment in the formal sector of the economy in 2014
 Female to male ratio of total employment in the formal sector of the economy in 2015
 Female to male ratio of total employment in the formal sector of the economy in 2016
 Female to male ratio of total employment in the formal sector of the economy in 2017
 Number of workers and employees by sex and regions
 Occupational injuries
 Working conditions in construction as of January 1, 2013
 Working conditions in construction as of January 1, 2014
 Working conditions in construction as of January 1, 2015
 Working conditions in construction as of January 1, 2016
 Working conditions in construction as of January 1, 2017
 Working conditions in construction as of January 1, 2018
 Working conditions in industry as of January 1, 2013
 Working conditions in industry as of January 1, 2014
 Working conditions in industry as of January 1, 2015
 Working conditions in industry as of January 1, 2016
 Working conditions in industry as of January 1, 2017
Working conditions in industry as of January 1, 2018

 

Labor

Section "Labor" contains statistical information on the number and composition of economically active population; the number of employed in the formal (official) sector of economy broken down by principal place of employment, sex, age and level of education; the number of employed broken down by economic sectors; the number of employees in the formal sector of economy in the regional context; and the working environment with regard to occupational injuries.

These data are based on the materials of state statistical reporting.

The concepts and definitions relevant to recommendations of the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the Resolutions of the International Conference of Labor Statisticians were used in classifying the population by its economic activity.

Economically active population is the part of the population at the age, set up to measure the economic activity, provided the supply of labor force for production of goods and services.

The active working age in the Republic of Uzbekistan is set up from 16 to 59 for men, and from 16 to 54 for women.

The number of economically active individuals includes both those engaged in economic activities and the unemployed.

Individuals occupied in different sectors of economy are those women and men aged 16 and older and those of younger age, who during the reported period:

- were doing paid work as employed/contracted or were engaged in revenue-earning activities as non-contracted/unemployed with or without contracting other individuals;

- were on sick leave, dependents care leave; scheduled holiday or days off, compensatory time off, compensation for overtime work or work on holidays (weekend) days, work on special time schedule, being in reserve, statutory maternity leave, maternity leave and child care, off-job-training; paid education leave, unpaid or paid leave as initiated by the administration and for other similar reasons;

- were working in a family enterprise.

Individuals occupied in production of goods and services and engaged in revenue-earning/production operations in domestic industry.

Unemployed, as stipulated by the standards of the International Labor Organization (ILO), are those individuals of the working age set up to measure the economic activity of population, who during the reported period meet all the following criteria:

- have no job (gainful employment);

- seeking a job, i.e. applying to public or private employment agency, using or placing job ads in periodical publications, addressing directly to the enterprise management (employer), using personal connections or attempting to start their own business;

- ready proceed to work.

Schoolchildren, students, pensioners and the disabled persons are considered being unemployed if they were seeking for a work and were ready proceed to it.

According to the Law on Employment of the Republic of Uzbekistan, there is a certain difference from the international practice concerning the determination of the number of unemployed.

According to the Law on Employment of the Republic of Uzbekistan (1998), the following citizens cannot be recognized as unemployed:

- citizens under 16;

- old-age pensioners, including early retired and long-service pensioners;

- citizens, failed to observe the registration procedure.

Unemployed registered with local employment agencies, are those individuals of active working age (from 16 years old to the eligible retirement age), having no job or income (earnings), registered with local employment agencies as individuals seeking for job, ready to work, to get vocational training or retraining and skills upgrading.

Individuals in need of employment, according to the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan "On Improvement of the Methods of Accounting of the Unemployed, in Need of Employment"(No.l06 of 24.05.2007), are those without work, i.e. individuals who were not employed or self-employed and were ready to be employed or to work at their own enterprise; were looking for job and were never being registered with local employment agencies as a job-seekers.

The Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Population of the Republic of Uzbekistan process information on the number of unemployed, who have received the official status in the employment agencies. Data on the individuals in need of employment are identified following the results of household surveys, conducted by the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Population of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Unemployment rate is defined as the ratio of the number of unemployed to the number of economically active population, in percentage.

Officially registered unemployment rate is defined as the ratio of the number of officially registered unemployed to the number of economically active population, in percentage.

Level of economic activity of population is defined as the portion of the economically active population in the total number of population in the respective age group, in percentage.

Employment rate is defined as the ratio of the number of employed to the number of population of the same age, in percentage.

Economically inactive population are those at the age set up to measure the economic activity of population who during the reported period are not considered as being economically employed or unemployed. It includes the following categories:

- Schoolchildren and students, trainees and cadets, attending full-time tuition institutions (including postgraduate and doctoral studies);

- Individuals, receiving old-age pensions on special terms, as well as those receiving pensions in case of loss of bread-winner on reaching the retirement age;

- Individuals, receiving disability pensions;

- Individuals, engaged in housekeeping, child-care, sick relatives care, etc;

- Individuals, desperate to find job, i.e. persons, who have stopped looking for job, having exhausted all their resources to get it, but they can and want to work;

- Other individuals who do not need to work regardless of their source of income.

Injured at workplace are those individuals who were injured during the execution of their job duties at their workplace in the organization or outside it, or during their journey to or from their workplace, using transportation, provided by this organization and resulted into temporary or permanent loss of working ability, or death.