Part-time employment incidence in the Arctic

The map shows the share of the part-time employees over total employment in the Arctic regions in 2014.

Part-time workers are considered as persons (aged 15 years old and over) who are working less than 30 hours per week.

The dark blue tones show regions with high part-time employment incidence and correspondingly light blue tones show regions with low part-time employment incidence.

The three Arctic regions of Norway had the highest part-time employment incidence: Nordland (59,5%), Troms (56,3%), and Finnmark (56,0%). The Russian Arctic regions of Yamalo-Nenets (0,9%), Khanty-Mansi (2,5%), and Chukotka (3,4%) had the lowest part-time employment incidence.