The newly published Statistical Yearbook of Finland 2021 is a comprehensive volume of statistics on Finland and Finnish society. The long time series give an overall picture of the development of our society right up to today.
We are renewing the content and structure of our website to serve users of statistical data better than before. With the Statistical data beta pages we are now testing the functioning of the new statistical pages from the viewpoint of users.
The corona pandemic has affected men and women in different ways. Women’s employment fell more during 2020, and women also felt that loneliness had increased more often than men did. Remote work grew less among men than among women.
Statistics Finland´s statistics on productivity surveys have been renewed, what do the statistics reveal about productivity development in macroeconomics? Is Finland's productivity poor? This will be talked about in the webinar on 15th October.
Statistics aim to reflect the objective truth. As not everything can be calculated using statistical methods, statistics still include many characteristics of art, writes Juha Martikainen in his blog post (Tieto&trendit).