The household production satellite account (SHHP) compares the notional, monetary value of unpaid work with Switzerland's total gross value added, thus demonstrating its importance in the national economy. In 2020, the gross value added of private households accounted for 41.4% of the total economy extended to include household production. This is shown in the latest SHHP figures.
The publication discusses non-standard forms of employment (for example fixed short-term contracts, part-time work with low work-time percentage, employees via (and paid by) temporary recruitment services), with the focus on socio-demographic and work-related factors and in comparison over time.
Consequences of motherhood on the professional life of women. Description of the working situation of mothers overall and how these changes with the arrival of a child and as the child grows up. Situation of economically inactive mothers and the working conditions of those returning to work after a period of inactivity.
“Labour market indicators” presents the main highlights among the vast range of employment data. Topics covered include employment, working hours, unemployment, job vacancies, dynamic aspects of the labour market, as well as salary structure and trends.
Labour market status, persons in employment, labour market participation rate, occupational mobility, labour market dynamics: entries and departures, migrations, foreign labour force, cross-border commuters, future trends in the economically active population (scenarios), economically active persons by canton, district, town