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China Population and Employment Statistics Yearbook 2009

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Language: English and Chinese bilingual
Publication Date: 11/2009
ISBN: 9787503757709
Publisher: China Statistics Press
Series: China Population and Employment Statistics Yearbook
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First, the "Statistical Yearbook of China's population and employment -2,009" is a full reflection of the country's population and employment status of an information-based annual collection of national and provincial, autonomous regions and municipalities, the main population, employment statistics information, while Appendix of the world in some countries and regions and relevant information. Second, this yearbook by the National Bureau of Statistics Population and Employment Statistics Division, edited and supported by Ministry of Public Security Authority, the National Population and Family Planning Development and Planning Department and other units of the strong support and assistance. Third, the content of this yearbook is divided into eight parts: (a) Integrated information; (b) changes in the country's population in 2008 sample survey data; (c) 2008 Labor Force Sample Survey of key information; (d) persons employed in urban units in 2008 statistics information; (e) 2008 national household statistics of population information; (6) 2008 national family planning statistics of population information; (7) in some countries and regions of the world population and employment statistics; (8) in 2008 on demographic changes and labor force survey system Description and interpretation of key statistical indicators. 4, 2008 changes in the country's population and labor force surveys point to at 0:00 on the November 1, 2008. The survey by the country as a whole, to the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities for the second overall, stratified, multi-stage cluster probability proportional sampling method, in the country's 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities collected 1902 counties (cities, districts) , 3466 townships (towns, streets), 11840 surveys to 118 million people in the community. The weighted summary, in 2008 the country's population birth rate was 12.14 ‰, mortality rate was 7.06 ‰, the natural growth rate of 5.08 ‰. Basis of this calculation, the end of 2008 the total population of 1.32802 billion people, was born population of 16.08 million people, killed a population of 9.35 million people, a net increase of population of 673 million people. The second part of the Yearbook of the tables in the absolute number of sample size (Table 2-1, Table 2-2, except), the National sampling ratio of 0.887 ‰. 5, the Yearbook collection changes in the country's population in 2008 sample survey data (Part II) and the 2008 national household Statistics population data (Part V), due to the different statistical methods and caliber, it may not completely consistent, the user pay attention when in use. 6, the yearbook involved in the national statistics do not include the Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Region and Taiwan Province of information. 7, symbols use: Yearbook of the tables in the "space" indicates that the lack of statistical indicators, the smallest number of units in this table, data not available or no such information. 8, the yearbook in data collation and presentation is inevitable shortcomings and infrequent error, please correct me users.
Table of Contents
The first part of the Integrated Data
1-1 Number of population in all regions
1-2, by sex, population
1-3 population age structure and the dependency ratio
1-4 according to urban and rural sub-population
1-5 fertility, mortality and natural growth rate of
1-6 regional fertility, mortality and natural growth rate of
1-7 five times the basic situation of the national census of population
1-8 Average life expectancy in all regions
National population density of 1-9 years
1-10 National Labor Statistics Key Indicators
1-11 sub-urban and rural areas the number of persons employed at the end
1-12 sub-industry, the number of persons employed at the end
1-13 registered urban unemployed and the unemployment rate (the end of the registration number)
1-14 sub-regional cities and towns the number of registered unemployed persons (end of the registration number)
1-15 sub-regional urban registered unemployment rate (the end of the registration number)
1-16 sub-sectors the end of the number of persons employed in urban units
1-17 hours of registration the end of the number of persons employed in urban units
1-18 female employment in urban units by industry the number of staff at the end
1-19 minutes of registration of female employment in urban units the number of staff at the end
1-20 hours of registration and the index of average wages
1-21 hours of registration of workers average real wage index
1-22 sub-sector average wage of workers
1-23 sub-regional average wage of workers
1-24 and composition of gross domestic product
1-25 Gross Domestic Product index
The second part of the 2008 national sample survey of population changes
2-1 regional population and demographic changes in the natural
2-2 composition of urban and rural population in all regions
2-3 National age, sex of the population
2-4 National Urban age, sex of the population
National Town 2-5 hours of age, sex of the population
2-6 National Rural age, sex of the population
2-7 The population age structure and the dependency ratio
2-8 regional urban population age structure and the dependency ratio
2-9 throughout the district towns of population age structure and the dependency ratio
2-10 various regions of the rural population age structure and the dependency ratio
Various regions of 2-11 households, population number, sex ratio and the average family household size
2-12 cities in various regions of households, population, sex ratio and the average family household size
2-13 number of households around the district towns, the population number, sex ratio and the average family household size
2-14 various regions of rural households, population number, sex ratio and the average family household size
2-15 the size of the regions divided by the number of households households
2-16 cities in various regions of the size of households divided by the number of households
2-17 households around the district towns according to the size of the number of households divided
2-18 various regions of the size of rural households divided by the number of households
2-19 households categories all regions
2-20 cities in various regions of class households
2-21 class households throughout the district towns
2-22 various regions of rural households categories
2-23 National Family household size and head of household's age, gender composition
2-24 around the distinction between sex, educational level of the population
2-25 cities in various regions of gender, educational level of the population
2-26 points around the district towns of gender, educational level of the population
2-27 sub-regional rural gender, educational level of the population
2-28 parts of a gender-illiterate population aged 15 and over
2-29 cities in various regions of gender, illiterate population aged 15 and over
2-30 points around the district towns of gender-illiterate population aged 15 and over
2-31 sub-regional rural gender illiterate population aged 15 and over
2-32 population over the country's 15 years of age and their age, gender, marital status
2-33 cities across the country aged 15 and over population, their age, gender, marital status
2-34 National Town 15 years of age and above their age, gender, marital status
2-35 National Rural population over 15 years of age and their age, gender, marital status
2-36 around the distinction of sex, marital status of the population
2-37 cities in various regions of gender, marital status of the population
2-38 points around the district towns of sex, marital status of the population
2-39 sub-regional rural gender, marital status of the population
National women of childbearing age 2-40 age, parity fertility status (November 1, 2007 to October 31, 2008)
Cities across the country women of childbearing age 2-41 age, parity fertility status (November 1, 2007 to October 31, 2008)
China Town, women of childbearing age 2-42 age, parity fertility status (November 1, 2007 to October 31, 2008)
National Rural women of childbearing age 2-43 age, parity fertility status (November 1, 2007 to October 31, 2008)
2-44 sub-national age, sex, death of the population status (November 1, 2007 to October 31, 2008)
2-45 National Urban age, sex deaths status (November 1, 2007 to October 31, 2008)
2-46 National Town age, sex deaths status (November 1, 2007 to October 31, 2008)
2-47 National Rural sub-age, sex, the death of the population status (November 1, 2007 to October 31, 2008)
2-48 across a variety of gender-specific situation of the population accounts
2-49 cities in various regions of the various accounts of gender status of the population
2-50 around the district towns of gender, demographic status of the various accounts
2-51 of the various villages in the area of gender, household status of the population
Various regions of 2-52 and above 60 years of age regardless of sex, the main source of income of the population
2-53 cities in various regions and over 60 years of age regardless of sex, the main source of income of the population
2-54 around the district towns and over 60 years of age regardless of sex, the main source of income of the population
2-55 of 60 years and over villages in the area of gender, the main source of income of the population
2-56 nationwide and over 60 years of age, sex, the main source of income of the population
2-57 cities across the country aged 60 and over age, gender, the main source of income of the population
2-58 National Town 60 years and over age, sex, the main source of income of the population
The third part of the labor force sample survey in 2008 of key information
3-1 sub-regional employment in the country level of education constitute a
3-2 males in employment in sub-regional level of education constitute a
3-3 hours of women employed in the National level of education constitute a
3-4 by age, sex, sub-national level of education constitute employed
3-5 according to educational attainment, sex, age composition of the total number of employed
3-6 by industry, gender, sub-national level of education constitute employed
3-7 by occupation, gender, employment in sub-national level of education constitute a
3-8 according to educational attainment, sex, national occupational composition of employment
3-9 by age, sex, employment status of national employment in composition
3-10 according to employment status, sex, age composition of the total number of employed
3-11 by educational attainment, sex, national employment in employment status constitutes a
3-12 according to employment status, gender, sub-national level of education constitute employed
3-13 by age, gender, employment status of urban employed persons constitute a
3-14 according to employment status, sex, age structure of urban employed persons
3-15 by educational attainment, sex, employment status of urban employed persons constitute a
3-16 according to employment status, sex of urban employed persons level of education constitute a
3-17 by age, gender composition of urban employment in the industry
3-18 by industry, sex, age structure of urban employed persons
3-19 by educational level, sex composition of urban employment in the industry
3-20 by industry, sex, urban employed persons level of education constitute a
3-21 by age, sex, occupational composition of urban employment
3-22 by occupation, sex, age structure of urban employed persons
3-23 by educational attainment, sex, occupational composition of urban employment
3-24 by occupation, sex of urban employed persons level of education constitute a
3-25 survey of urban employment in average weekly working hours
3-26 employed in the investigation of urban male average weekly working hours
3-27 survey of urban women employed in average weekly working hours
3-28 by age, sex, working hours of persons employed in urban areas constitute a
3-29 by educational attainment, sex, working hours of persons employed in urban areas constitute a
3-30 according to account the nature of cities and towns sex composition of employment staff time
3-31 according to employment status, sex, working hours of persons employed in urban areas constitute a
3-32 by industry, sex, working hours of persons employed in urban areas constitute a
3-33 by occupation, sex, working hours of persons employed in urban areas constitute a
3-34 by age, sex, causes of unemployment in urban unemployed persons constitute a
3-35 according to the causes of unemployment, sex, age structure of urban unemployed persons
3-36 by educational attainment, sex, causes of unemployment in urban unemployed persons constitute a
3-37 according to the causes of unemployment, sex, sub-urban unemployed persons by level of education constitute a
3-38 by age, sex, urban unemployed persons by level of education constitute a
3-39 by educational attainment, sex, age structure of urban unemployed persons
3-40 by age, sex, urban unemployed persons looking for work constitutes a
3-41 by educational attainment, sex, urban unemployed persons looking for work constitutes a
3-42 by age, sex, urban unemployed person whose former trade composition
3-43 by educational attainment, sex, urban unemployed person whose former trade composition
3-44 by age, sex, urban unemployed person whose former career constitute a
3-45 by educational attainment, sex, urban unemployed person whose former career constitute a
3-46 by educational attainment, sex, urban unemployed persons of working hours does not constitute a
3-47 by age, sex, urban unemployed persons of working hours does not constitute a
The fourth part of the 2008 statistics on employment in urban units
4-1 sectors around the distinction between state-owned units in the number of employed persons
4-2 distinguish between parts of the industry the number of employed persons in urban collective units
4-3 units throughout the rest of the industry distinguish the number of employed persons
Part V of the 2008 national household statistics of population information
5-1 the total number of regions, with a total population of
5-2 the total number of regional city, with a total population of
5-3 over the total number of counties, with a total population of
5-4 the total number of households around the district towns, with a total population of
5-5 regional non-farm, agricultural population
5-6 regional city, non-farm, agricultural population
5-7 throughout the county non-farm, agricultural population
5-8 throughout the district towns non-farm, agricultural population
5-9 sorted by the total population and the population of the city
5-10 sorted according to non-agricultural population and the population of the city
Part VI in 2008 the National Family Planning and Statistics population data
6-1 times around the distinction between child birth rate compared with a year earlier
6-2 various regions of married women of childbearing age receive permit conditions and the contraceptive prevalence rate compared with a year earlier
6-3 using various contraceptive measures in all regions the number of
6-4 using various contraceptive measures in various regions of the number a year earlier
6-5 all regions to adopt various measures for the distribution of contraceptive
6-6 all regions to adopt various measures for the distribution of contraception compared with a year earlier
6-7 regional implementation of various birth control the number of cases of surgery
6-8 all regions the number of cases of the implementation of various birth-control surgery compared with a year earlier
Part VII in some countries and regions of the world population and employment statistics
First, some countries of the world population and employment statistics
7-1 years, population
7-2 fertility, mortality, natural growth rate
7-3 age structure of population
7-4 demographic, social and economic indicators
7-5 Number of full employment
7-6 all female employment
7-7 primary industry employment
7-8 secondary industry employment
7-9 tertiary industry employment
7-10 number of unemployed persons
7-11 The average manufacturing wage
7-12 Consumer Price Index
Second, population and employment statistics of the Hong Kong SAR
7-13 key indicators of population
7-14 Number of full employment by industry
7-15 minutes total employment in occupation
7-16 number of unemployed persons by age group
7-17 minutes according to the industry before unemployment, the number of unemployed
7-18 points, the unemployed former professional unemployment
7-19 daily wage rate of workers in non-agricultural sector
7-20 months of non-agricultural wage rates in the industry executives
7-21 weeks of non-agricultural industry, working hours
7-22 of occupational injuries by industry
7-23 Consumer Price Index
3, the Macao Special Administrative Region of the population and employment statistics
7-24 key indicators of population
7-25 Number of full employment by industry
7-26 minutes total employment in occupation
7-27 number of unemployed persons by age group
7-28 minutes according to the industry before unemployment, the number of unemployed
7-29 points, the unemployed former professional unemployment
7-30 non-agricultural sectors, the average wage
7-31 weeks of non-agricultural industry, working hours
7-32 of occupational injuries by industry
7-33 Consumer Price Index
Fourth, Taiwan Province of population and employment statistics
7-34 area and population of Taiwan Province of key indicators
7-35 Number of full employment by industry
7-36 number of unemployed persons and the unemployment rate
7-37 the average wage of employees in non-agricultural sector
7-38 hours a month of non-farm sector
7-39 of occupational injuries by industry
7-40 Consumer Price Index
Part VIII in 2008 changes in population and labor force survey system description and interpretation of key statistical indicators
I. General Information
Second, the questionnaire-type
3, Main Statistical Indicators
China Population and Employment Statistics Yearbook 2009
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