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China Labour Statistical Yearbook 2011

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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Page: 528
Publication Date: 03/2012
ISBN: 9787503764745
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China Labour Statistical Yearbook 2011 is an annual statistics publication, which is comprehensively reported the labour economic situation for 2010 and some main indicators series for historically years at nation and provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities levels and parts of cities.
Table of Contents
Charts
Figure 1 Population and employment situation
Figure 2 Employed Persons industrial composition
Urban employment registration type constitute
Figure 4 2010 Urban Units personnel industry constitutes
Figure 5 Female Employment in urban units in 2010 accounted for the proportion of Employed Persons
First, the consolidated
1-1 key indicators of labor statistics
1-2 Population and Its Composition (end)
1-3 Gross Domestic Product and Its Composition
1-4 Gross Domestic Product index, employment, average wage and urban residents' consumption price index
1-5 The National Employment at the end of Persons
1-6 sub-industry employment staff at the end of the number of
1-7 around the distinction between registration of the registered type employed in urban areas at the end of the number and composition (2010)
1-8 minutes in urban units of the registered type employment officer at the end of the number and composition of
1-9 sub-industry of the Urban Units at the end of number
1-10 Urban Units by Sector, employment officers (state-owned units)
1-11 Sector in Urban Units Employed Persons (urban collective units)
1-12 sub-sectors in urban units of employment (other units)
1-13 Urban Units by Sector, employment officers at the end of the number of
1-14 by Registration in urban units of female employment officer at the end of the number of
Year - end of the 1-15 sub-industry in urban units of Female Employment
1-16 around the distinction between the end of the number of Female Employment in Urban Units by Sector
1-17 broken down into small industry in urban units of Female Employment in the proportion accounted for Employed Persons (2010)
1-18 by Registration in urban units of Employed Persons in the total wage and index
1-19 Urban Units by Sector of Employment (1995-2002) the total staff salaries
1-20 Urban Units by Sector of Employment (2003-2010) the total staff salaries
The average wage index of 1-21 points registration type in urban units of Employed Persons
1-22 Employed Persons in Urban Units by Sector, the average wage (1995-2002)
1-23 Employed Persons in Urban Units by Sector, the average wage (2003-2010)
1-24 minutes of Employed Persons in Urban Units by Sector average money wage index (1995-2002)
1-25 minutes of Employed Persons in Urban Units by Sector average money wage index (2004-2010)
1-26 Employed Persons in Urban Units by Sector, the average real wage index (1995-2002)
1-27 Employed Persons in Urban Units by Sector, the average real wage index (2004-2010)
1-28 sub-regions of employed by level of education constitute
1-29 sub-regional employment of males in staff by level of education constitute
1-30 minutes of the National Female Employment by level of education constitute
1-31 according to age, sex, national employment level of education constitute
1-32 Press of the National Employment by educational attainment, sex, age
1-33 according to the industry, sex, national employment level of education constitute
1-34 according to the occupation, sex, national employment level of education constitute
1-35 occupational composition by educational attainment, sex, national employment
1-36 according to the industry, sex, age of the Urban employment constitutes
1-37 according to the Urban employment by level of education, sex industry constitute
1-38 according to the Urban employment industry, sex, level of education constitute
1-39 according to age, sex, urban employment occupational constitute
1-40 according to the age of the employed in urban areas of occupation, sex constitutes a
1-41 Urban employment according to educational level, sex, occupational composition
1-42 according to the employed in urban areas of occupation, sex, level of education constitute
1-43 Urban employment survey week average working time
1-44 of urban male employment investigations by officers of the average workweek
1-45 Urban Female Employment in the survey week for the average working time
1-46 according to age, sex, urban employment staff time constitutes
1-47 according to sex education, urban employment staff time constitutes
1-48 according to the account of the nature, the sex of the urban employment staff time constitute
1-49 according to the industry, sex, urban employment staff time constitutes
1-50 according to occupation, sex, urban employment staff time constitutes
1-51 by age, sex, urban unemployed person reasons constitute
1-52 according to the causes of unemployment, unemployment in urban areas of gender age composition
1-53 of causes of unemployment according to educational level, sex, urban unemployment
1-54 according to the causes of unemployment, sex, unemployment in urban areas by level of education constitute
1-55 according to age, sex, unemployment in urban areas by level of education constitute
1-56 according to the age of the sex education, unemployment in urban areas constitute
1-57 by age, sex, unemployment in urban areas to find work constitutes
1-58 according to the urban unemployed to find work by educational attainment, sex constitutes a
1-59 according to sex education, unemployment in urban areas is not of working hours
1-60 by age, sex, urban unemployed persons not of working hours
1-61 regional consumer price index and retail price index
1-62 Retail Price Index (2010)
1-63 Regional Retail Price Index by Category
1-64 Consumer Price Index (2010)
1-65 various consumer price index
1-66 Urban Households
1-67 of each area of ​​urban residents per capita Annual household income sources (2010)
1-68 of rural households
1-69 regions according to the source of the per capita net income of rural households (2010)
Second, employment and unemployment
2-1 The urban registered unemployed and registered unemployment rate in
2-2 The urban registered unemployed persons and registered unemployment rate in
2-3 regions registered urban unemployed persons (2010)
2-4 public employment services (2010)
2-5 regional public employment services (2010)
2-6 of labor employment service enterprises, community employment entities and self-help production base (2010)
2-7 regional employment service enterprises, community employment entities and self-help production base (2010)
Three urban units, employment and payroll
3-1 Employment by industry personnel and total wages (2010)
3-2 around the distinction between the industry, employment and payroll (2010)
3-2 around the distinction between the industry, employment and payroll (2010) Continued Table 1
3-2 around the distinction between the industry, employment and payroll (2010) Continued Table 2
3-2 around the distinction between the industry, employment and payroll (2010) Continued Table 3
3-2 around the distinction between the industry, employment and payroll (2010) Continued Table 4
3-2 around the distinction between the industry, employment and payroll (2010) Continued Table 5
3-3 around the distinction between industries in the Staff and Workers and wages (2010)
3-4 around the distinction between other workers and the average wage of the industry (2010)
3-5 around the distinction between the industry is not the Staff and Workers and the average cost of living (2010)
3-6 around the distinction between registered types in urban units at the end of the number (2010)
3-7 around the distinction between registration of the registered type of urban units of the total wages and living expenses (2010)
3-8 around the distinction between registered types of urban average wage and average cost of living (2010)
Urban Units 3-9 to increase the sources (2010)
3-10 of Urban Units by Region Employment DECREASE (2010)
Four state-owned unit of employment staff and payroll
4-1 sub-sectors of state-owned unit of employment and payroll (2010)
4-2 around to distinguish between industry, state-owned unit of employment and payroll (2010)
4-3 distinguish between industry, state-owned units in the Staff and Workers and the average wage (2010)
4-4 around the distinction between the other workers of the industry state-owned units and the average wage (2010)
4-5 around to distinguish between the industry state-owned units not post staff and workers and the average cost of living (2010)
4-6 each state-owned holding enterprises employed and total wages (2010)
4-7 regional employment of state-owned units to increase the sources (2010)
4-8 regional employment of state-owned units to reduce the whereabouts of (2010)
Five, urban collective units of employment and payroll
Industry and urban collective units, 5-1 Employment and total wages (2010)
5-2 around to distinguish between industry employment and wages of urban collective units total (2010)
5-3 around to distinguish between industry, urban collective units in the Staff and Workers and the average wage (2010)
5-4 around the distinction between urban collective units of the industry employment and average wages (2010)
5-5 around the distinction between the industry, urban collective units not in the Staff and Workers and the average cost of living (2010)
5-6 regional urban collective units employment INCREASE (2010)
DECREASE 5-7 regional urban collective units Employed Persons (2010)
Six, the other units of employment and total wages
6-1 sub-sectors other units employed and the total wages (2010)
6-2 around the distinction between employment and payroll industry other units (2010)
6-3 around to distinguish between other units of the industry in the post the number of workers and average wages (2010)
6-4 around the distinction between other workers and other units of the industry and average wages (2010)
6-5 around to distinguish between other units of the industry is not in the Staff and Workers and the average cost of living (2010)
6-6 other units of the regional employment to increase the sources (2010)
6-7 other units of the regional employment DECREASE (2010)
Seven, township enterprises Employed Persons
7-1 of township enterprises the number of units
7-2 of township enterprises in employment
Eight, vocational training and skills identification
Technical schools synthesis 8-1
8-2 regional technical schools (2010)
8-3 regional employment training centers (2010)
8-4 regional private vocational training institutions (2010)
8-5 calendar year, the National Occupational Skill Testing
8-6 regional vocational skills certification (2010)
9, the Labor Relations
9-1 over the years handling labor disputes
9-2 regional labor dispute handling (2010)
9-3 of labor security supervision cases closed (2010)
9-4 Labor and Social Security to monitor the work of (2010)
X. Social Security
10-1 over the years the National Social Insurance Fund income
10-2 over the years the National Social Insurance Fund expenditure
10-3 over the years accumulated surplus of the National Social Insurance Fund
10-4 over the years, urban workers' basic pension insurance
10-5 over the years, the organs, institutions, urban workers, the basic pension insurance
10-6 over the years, enterprises and other urban workers, the basic pension insurance
10-7 over the years for urban workers in basic pension insurance number
10-8 all urban workers in basic pension insurance (2010)
10-9 all regions the number of pension payments (2010)
10-10 over the years the basic situation of the urban basic medical insurance
10-11 calendar year regional urban basic medical insurance number of insured
10-12 regional urban basic medical insurance (2010)
10-13 regional urban basic medical insurance (2010)
10-14 regional urban residents basic medical insurance (2010)
10-15 calendar year, the national unemployment insurance
10-16 calendar year regional unemployment insurance
10-17 regional unemployment insurance fund (2010)
10-18 over the years, work injury insurance
10-19 over the years various regions of injury insurance
10-20 of each injury insurance (2010)
10-21 regions related injuries (2010)
10-22 sub-regional fatalities personnel related injuries (2010)
10-23 regional labor ability identification (2010)
10-24 calendar year, the national maternity insurance
10-25 over the years various regions of the maternity insurance
10-26 regional maternity insurance (2010)
10-27 of the new rural social endowment insurance pilot (2010)
11, the work of trade unions
11-1 all grass-roots trade union organizations (2010)
11-2 the regional trade union membership (2010)
11-3 grass-roots units, the establishment of workers' congresses (2010)
11-4 grass-roots trade unions and vocational training institutions (2010)
11-5 regional grass-roots trade unions to carry out the rationalization proposals and labor competition activities (2010)
11-6 regional grass-roots trade unions to participate in the regulation of the labor dispute (2010)
Above 11-7 regional grass-roots trade union employment agencies (2010)
XII Hong Kong data
12-1 by industry employment
12-2 points occupational employment
12-3 the number of unemployed by age group
12-4 by industry the number of unemployed
12-5 points occupation number of unemployed
12-6 non-farm industry workers daily wage rate
12-7 non-farm sector management personnel monthly wage rate
12-8 non-farm industry work week hours
12-9 sub-industry occupational injuries
12-10 Consumer Price Index
XIII Macao in
13-1 by industry employment
13-2 points occupational employment
13-3 the number of unemployed by age group
13-4 by industry the number of unemployed
13-5 points occupation number of unemployed
13-6 average wage of non-agricultural industries
13-7 non-farm industry work week hours
13-8 consumer price index
13-9 sub-industry occupational injuries
XIV, ROC
14-1 by industry employment
14-2 of the number of unemployed and the unemployment rate
14-3 non-agricultural industries average wage of the employee's monthly
14-4 non-agricultural industries working hours
14-5 consumer price index
14-6 sub-industry occupational injuries
Appendix A foreign information
Appendix 1-1 Number of full employment
Appendix 1-2 all female employment
Appendix 1-3 primary industry employment
Appendix 1-4 secondary industry employment
Appendix 1-5 tertiary industry employment
Appendix 1-6 the number of unemployed
Appendix 1-7 the average manufacturing wage
Appendix 1-8 Consumer Price Index
Appendix II Main Statistical Indicators
Explanatory Notes on Main Statistical Indicators

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