RG_NE_049_S2 Labor Force Survey in Northeastern Region (New Series ISIC Rev.4)
Service Manager Benjamas (66(0)4391-3540) Suphaphorn (66(0)4391-3541)   
  Last Updated : 10 May 2019 19:20 (Unit: Thousand persons)  
  DEC 2013 NOV 2013 rOCT 2013 rSEP 2013 AUG 2013 JUL 2013
11.Population (1.1 + 1.2) 1/23,183.1223,176.6323,170.4623,164.5323,158.8723,153.48
2    1.1.Age Under 15 2/4,649.874,656.584,663.414,670.434,677.324,684.28
3    1.2.Age 15 Up18,533.2518,520.0518,507.0518,494.1018,481.5518,469.20
42.Labour Force (2.1 + 2.2 + 2.3) 3/13,400.9813,477.5012,826.2713,050.8913,158.7513,397.81
5   2.1.Employment 4/13,305.7813,303.2712,691.7212,928.2313,055.2913,304.53
6of which underemployment 5/75.3494.73158.55112.46120.6492.19
7     2.1.1.Agriculture7,991.398,223.726,770.527,231.247,750.687,891.87
8            1) Agriculture, forestry and fishing7,991.398,223.726,770.527,231.247,750.687,891.87
9     2.1.2.Non-Agriculture5,314.415,079.545,921.205,697.005,304.605,412.63
10            1) Mining and quarrying11.905.2273.3719.8617.066.00
11            2) Manufacturing981.06839.531,131.621,184.521,028.15940.92
12            3) Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply20.8925.4626.5520.6424.9830.76
13            4) Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities12.5228.1713.9930.6131.6832.92
14            5) Construction666.64639.29900.00844.52608.07756.64
15            6) Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles1,591.231,471.691,743.791,579.111,475.971,567.35
16            7) Transportation and storage133.06162.70104.8184.15148.95117.63
17            8) Accommodation and food service activities427.75421.83405.13433.45373.64396.65
18            9) Information and communication11.3856.2136.559.4523.7125.90
19           10) Financial and insurance activities62.7771.5975.6062.3845.1168.87
20           11) Real estate activities14.3814.5912.026.8512.6516.58
21           12) Professional, scientific and technical activities32.4211.4331.5028.4014.9224.82
22           13) Administrative and support service activities27.3128.4530.8537.3328.2638.59
23           14) Public administration and defence; compulsory social security497.48531.89609.25500.95600.19611.00
24           15) Education381.53353.14367.51299.39389.57373.45
25           16) Human health and social work activities184.47210.19149.29252.34263.20157.57
26           17) Arts, entertainment and recreation101.0168.7955.18113.4464.6676.37
27           18) Other service activities126.94112.92111.83159.9786.77132.66
28           19) Activities of households as employers; undifferentiated goods- and services-producing activities of households for own use29.6726.4542.3629.6438.5437.56
29           20) Activities of extraterritorial organizations and bodies0.000.000.000.000.000.00
30           21) Unknown0.000.000.000.0028.520.39
31    2.2.Unemployed Persons64.23109.2158.3383.9278.5578.91
32    (rate of unemployment)0.480.810.450.640.600.59
33           of which new entry34.0447.5124.1231.7033.7145.87
34    2.3.Seasonal Inactive Labour Force30.9765.0276.2238.7424.9114.37
35    (share of total labour force)0.230.480.590.300.190.11
363. Persons not in labour force, age 15 years or over5,132.275,042.545,680.785,443.215,322.805,071.39
37           1) Household work1,294.541,266.331,638.771,413.101,339.921,212.59
38           2) Studies1,589.301,655.501,648.061,635.791,632.431,556.44
39           3) Too young / old / incapable of work1,755.321,683.191,843.881,831.881,778.231,785.97
40           4) Others493.11437.52550.07562.44572.21516.40
414. Persons not in labour force, age under 15 years4,649.874,656.584,663.414,670.434,677.324,684.28

Remark:
1/ Starting June 2009, population figures are obtained from the National Statistical Office of Thailand's website (www.nso.go.th).
2/ Starting June 2009, "population of age under 15 years old" is the residual category, obtained by subtracting those of age 15 years old and above from the total population figures.
3/ The concept of "Labor Force" was revised to cover persons with the age of 15 years and over , as opposed to the original concept of 13 years and over.
4/ Classification of industrial base on International Standard Industrial Classification, (ISIC) Revision 4, 2009, UN.
5/ Work less than 35 hours per week and available for additional work (defined by BOT)