Statistical Yearbook of Catalonia
The Statistical Yearbook of Catalonia gathers the basic information on the main official statistics produced by the organisations of the Statistical System of Catalonia, and the most relevant information produced by other official organisations (from Catalonia and the rest of Spain) on Catalonia.
The Yearbook contains more than 10,000 statistical tables which are updated as the data become available. The data are of an annual nature and are classified into 25 topics, in accordance with the thematic organisation of Idescat's website.
The Statistical Yearbook of Catalonia was first disseminated in 1984 and it was published on paper until 2010. The copies for the above period have been digitized and they can be viewed in the publication catalogue and in person in paper format at the Library.
Idescat publishes other products involving statistical collection, which can be found in Indicators, in the section Data on the Idescat website.
Geographical area: Catalonia
Available tables [+]
Demography · Society
- Culture · Language
- Justice · Public order and safety
- Active and inactive population
- Persons in employment. By sex. Provinces
- Employment rate. By sex. Provinces
- Persons in employment. By age groups and sex
- Employment rate. By age groups and sex
- Persons in employment. By sectors. Provinces
- Persons in employment. By type of day and sex
- Persons in employment. By time in current job and sex
- Salaried working population. Private and public sector. By sex
- Salaried working population. By type of contract and sex
- Persons in employment. By branches of activity. Counties and Aran, areas and provinces
- Persons in employment. By professional situation and sex. Counties and Aran, areas and provinces
- Persons in employment. By professional groups. Counties and Aran, areas and provinces
- Persons in employment. By residence and workplace. Counties and Aran, and areas
- Affiliations to Social Security General Regime. By sectors. Counties and Aran, areas and provinces
- Registered foreign workers affiliated to Social Security. By sex and type of scheme. Provinces
- Unemployed population
- Labour relations
- Work contracts and promotion of employment
- Staff of the Public Administration
- Quality of life
- Economic sectors
- Environment · Territory