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Trade union density rate   2008 - 2015

Description A trade union is defined as a workers' organization constituted for the purpose of furthering and defending the interests of workers. This trade union density rate conveys the number of union members who are employees as a percentage of the total number of employees. For the purpose of this indicator in particular, trade union membership excludes union members who are not in paid employment (self-employed, unemployed, retired, etc.), unless otherwise stated in the notes.
Unit of measure %
2008 30.40
2009 32.70
2010 34.70
2011 37.80
2012 41.20
2013 42.60
2014 43.20
2015 44.90

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