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C&SD to conduct quarterly survey of employment & vacancies
17
Mar '08
The Census and Statistics Department will as from April 1, 2008 conduct another round of the Quarterly Survey of Employment and Vacancies to collect data on employment and vacancies in major sectors of the economy in respect of March 2008.

This survey is conducted quarterly. The survey results are useful in serving as short-term economic indicators and providing information on the latest changes in the labour market.

This round of the survey covers about 36 000 establishments which are drawn from various sectors including the industrial sector (mining and quarrying; manufacturing; electricity and gas) and the services sector (wholesale, retail and import and export trades, restaurants and hotels; transport, storage
and communications; financing, insurance, real estate and business services; community, social and personal services).

Information as at March 31, 2008 on the number of persons engaged and vacancies, together with the characteristics of job vacancies, will be sought from each selected establishment.

Questionnaires are being sent by mail or by fax to selected establishments. In accordance with the Census and Statistics Ordinance, these establishments are required to complete and return the questionnaires to the Census and Statistics Department within the specified period.

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