|Employed persons||Q4/2018||2.3 %|
|Employed persons in industry||Q4/2018||−0.5 %|
|Employed persons in construction||Q4/2018||2.5 %|
|Employed persons in services||Q4/2018||3.0 %|
|Employed persons in the cultural sector||Q4/2018||−2.4 %|
|Employed persons in the TIC sector||Q4/2018||−7.9 %|
|Employed persons in the tourism sector||Q4/2018||−3.5 %|
|Unemployment rate||Q4/2018||11.75 %|
|The number of unemployed divided by the active population|
|Employment Rate||2018||54.2 %|
|The population employed out of the general population 16 and over|
|Employment Rate from 16 to 29 years||2018||47.8 %|
|The population employed out of the population from 16 to 29 years|
|Labour cost per worker and month||T4/2018||1.8 %|
|Contributors to Social Security||12/2018||2.9 %|
|Social Security Affiliations||02/2019||2.8 %|
|Registered unemployment||02/2019||−5.2 %|
|Year-over-year variation in persons registered|
|Gross annual wage||2016||0.5 %|
|Strikes participants||2017||4,160.1 %|
|Accidents at work Index||2018||3,289.16|
|Accidents at work with time off per 100,000 workers (prov. data)|
Selection of basic data about each of the municipalities and counties of Catalonia.
|EPA||Active Population Survey||Q4/2018|
|ECL||Labour Cost Statistics||Q4/2018|
|AFI||Contributors and affiliations to Social Security based on Contributors' Registered Place of Residence||12/2018|
|AFIC||Affiliations to Social Security based on the Location of Affiliates' Contribution Account||12/2018|
|EAES||Annual Wage Structure Survey||2016|
|EES||Wage Structure Survey||2014|
|MCVL||Longitudinal Statistics on Working Lives||2017|
|PROJPA||Active Population Projections||2015-2051|
|ECVHP||Survey on Living Conditions and Habits of the Population (non-current statistics)||2011|
|EQVT||Survey on Quality of Life at Work (non-current statistics)||2010|
|EIE||Structural Business Statistics in the Industrial Sector||2016|
|EAS||Structural Business Statistics in the Service Sector||2016|
|EUT||Survey on the Use of Time||2010-2011|
|CENSPH||Population and Housing Census||2011|
The Observatory of Work and Production Model of the Government of Catalonia regularly publishes short-term reports on Labour market in Catalonia.
The Observatory of Work and Production Model of the Government of Catalonia regularly publishes short-term reports on Labour relations and work quality in Catalonia.
The Ministry of Employment and Social Security compiles the main social-labour data in its Newsletter on Labour Statistics (Boletín de Estadísticas Laborales).
Idescat has also published the document entitled Comptes satèl·lit de producció domèstica 2001. These accounts are part of the satellite accounting falling within the Input-Output Tables for Catalonia 2001 (TIOC-2001). The sources needed to develop these accounts are the TIOC-2001, the Survey on Time Use and the Survey on Salary Structure.