This publication is published in annual periodicity with the whole-year data in the form of long-term time series mostly since 1990. It is a statistical survey of main economic indicators (production, productivity, employment, unemployment, prices, wages, foreign trade and balance of payments) and selected social data. Demographic data and long-term time series of employment by industry and international comparison of selected labour market indicators in EU countries as well as data of legislative character on taxation and insurance are also comprised.
The Bulletin will be released with the text in two languages - Czech and English.
Bulletin No. 27 (June 2012)
The Bulletin contains up-to-date data and available time series on basic forms of the international labour migration into the Czech Republic (foreigners with work permits in the CR, Slovak citizens registered as employees by Labour offices, and foreigners with trade licenses) in breakdown to region, district and citizenship, as well as calculations of shares of basic forms of labour migration on labour force of the CR. Data on labour migration into the CR are amended in available time series for statistical data on number of foreigners with long-term and permanent residence permits in breakdown to country of origin of foreigners. Up-to-date data on economic activities of foreigners are related to numbers of residence permits issued to foreigners in breakdown to CR districts and country of origin of foreigners. The issue also contains available statistical data on labour migration of the Czech citizens to Slovakia and Germany. New tables contains data on foreigners working and living in the CR by gender.
Note: Companies which employ EU (European Union), EEA (European Economic Area), and EFTA (European Free Trade Association) citizens simply have the obligation to inform the relevant labour office in writing that they employ such citizens. This obligation relates to the commencement and termination of employment. Other foreigners (from so called third countries) can only be employed after being granted a work permit. A work permit is not required for foreigners with permanent residence permits nor for foreigners pursuant to § 98, letters a) through e), j), and k) of Act No. 435/2004 Coll. on employment. These groups of foreigners form a new group in the CR labour market and are covered separately in this Bulletin.
Data on residence permits of foreigners refer, unlike in previous years, to an actual place of residence in a particular territorial unit, and not to the territorial unit where such a permit has been issued
The last issue of the bulletin (it includes times series of previous issues):
Bulletin No. 28(2012) – in English
Employment policy and other labour market measures in long run and during the crisis