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In a nutshell, Employment presents statistics and trends about how many people work, for how long and how much they are paid. Commonly examined data include details about labour participation (such as how many men, women or youngsters work, in absolute terms or relative to relevant group), unemployment (how many men and women do not work, or for how long they have been looking for a job), compensation (in gross and net terms, or differences between men and women's pay), or where people work (industry, services, agriculture, or in more details such as automotive industry, banking, or post office, for example). You will also find how many people work part-time, or are self-employed, are what is the unemployment rate based on education reached