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is also the object of the following subject and predicates –

Number of employed persons who would stay longer at work (or not) if more flexible working time arrangements were available - by sex and occupation (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of part-time employees by working time pattern compared with 'full-timers', sex, age and economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Average number of years spent working - by sex and main financial incentive to stay at work void:vocabulary [source]
Average usual working hours of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old by regular care of other children or people in need of care void:vocabulary [source]
Main reasons for retirement or early retirement - by sex and main labour status just after leaving last job (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees finding it convenient for personal life to work in the evening, or at night, or during weekends, by sex, age and occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old taking time off over the last 12 months for family sickness or emergencies, by highest level of education attained void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees finding it convenient for personal life to do shift work or on-call work, by sex, age and occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Average age at which not employed persons started receiving a retirement pension - by sex and main labour status just after leaving last job void:vocabulary [source]
Number of part-time employees, by working time pattern compared with 'full-timers', sex, age and occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Average age at which not employed persons started receiving a retirement pension - by granting of other individual benefits and sex void:vocabulary [source]
Shift work patterns used by employees, by sex, age and occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons who would stay longer at work (or not) if they could update their skills - by sex and occupation (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old having to make working time arrangements over the last 12 months to care for children,. by working time pattern void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old having to make working time arrangements over the last 12 months to care for children, by occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old who can vary start/end of working day for family reasons, by economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old who can vary start/end of working day for family reasons, by occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Average age at which employed persons started receiving a retirement pension - by sex and main financial incentive to stay at work void:vocabulary [source]
Average usual working hours of employees, by possibility to work variable hours in the reference week, sex and age void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons - by planned age for stopping work, sex and full time/part time work (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of not employed persons who would have stayed longer at work (or not) if their workplace had been healthier and/or safer - by sex and occupation (previous job) (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old wishing to change the organisation of their working life and care responsibilities void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees having annualised working hours by sex, age, occupation and economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees with variable working hours, by sex, age and occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Shift work patterns used by employees, by sex, age and economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees with the possibility to work variable hours in the reference week, by sex, age and occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Number of self-employed persons who can control their own work methods and schedule, by sex, age and occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons who would stay longer at work (or not) if their workplace was healthier and/or safer - by sex and occupation (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Not employed persons, average number of years spent working - by granting of other individual benefits and sex void:vocabulary [source]
Number of not employed persons who would have stayed longer at work (or not) if they had had more opportunities to update their skills - by sex and occupation (previous job) (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old who can take whole days off for family reasons, by economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old who can take whole days off for family reasons, by occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees with variable working hours, by sex, age and economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of self-employed persons who work for one single client or customer, by sex, age and economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of persons between 15 and 64 years old wishing to change the organisation of their working life and care responsibilities void:vocabulary [source]
Average usual working hours of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old by wish to change the organisation of their working life and care responsibilities void:vocabulary [source]
Main financial incentives for employed persons who are entitled to receive an individual retirement pension to stay at work - by sex and occupation (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Main type of childcare used by employed persons between 15 and 64 years old for own/spouse's children up to 14 while working void:vocabulary [source]
Average usual working hours of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old by main type of childcare used for own/spouse's children up to 14 while working void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons who reduced their working hours in a move to full retirement - by sex, age and full time/part time work (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of persons between 15 and 64 years old regularly taking care of other children up to 14 or people older than 15 in need of care void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old regularly taking care of other children or people in need of care void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees finding it convenient for personal life to do shift work or on-call work, by sex, age and economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old taking time off over the last 12 months for family sickness or emergencies, by occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old taking time off over the last 12 months for family sickness or emergencies, by economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees working on call by sex, age, occupation and economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Number of not employed persons having reduced their working hours in a move to full retirement - by sex and age (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of not employed persons who would have stayed longer at work (or not) if more flexible working time arrangements had been available - by sex and occupation (previous job) (1 000) void:vocabulary [source]
Number of employees finding it convenient for personal life to work in the evening, or at night, or during weekends, by sex, age and economic activity void:vocabulary [source]
Average usual working hours of employees, by possibility to have variable working hours, sex and age void:vocabulary [source]
Main childcare-related reasons given by persons between 15 and 64 years old for not working or not working more void:vocabulary [source]
Main childcare-related reasons given by employed persons between 15 and 64 years old for not working or not working more void:vocabulary [source]
Average usual working hours of employed persons between 15 and 64 years old by main childcare-related reasons given for not working or not working more void:vocabulary [source]
Main reasons (linked with care of other people in need of care) given by employed persons between 15 and 64 years old for not working or not working more, by occupation void:vocabulary [source]
Main reasons (linked with care of other people in need of care) given by employed persons between 15 and 64 years old for not working or not working more, by working time pattern void:vocabulary [source]
http://rdfdata.eionet.europa.eu/eurostat/void.rdf#ynlfs void:dataDump [source]