In 2020 there are no reported earthquakes in which the lives, health and property of large groups of people, territory, the environment, the cultural and the material values of the country are disturbed or threatened.
For data from previous years, download the table with time series provided above.
The NSI ad-hoc publication ‘Labour Market Areas’ is published on the NSI website and is also available on paper and CD-ROM. The publication is addressed to the users of statistical data and to the research community.
The Labour Market Area has become a well-established and widely discussed concept in regional geography and statistics both in Europe and overseas (in the USA, Canada, Mexico and South Korea). A Labour Market Area is an economically integrated territory, where the majority of people both live and work. It is statistically defined based on commuting flows. The idea is