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Table 3. Employment in China: comparison of census and enterprise data, 2000

[In millions]

1

Difference

Enterprise data

Census data

Sector

79.93 123.34 1.44 8.00 1.60 -16.47 -0.20 -1.99 0.62 0.92 0.64 6.06 2.65 2.51 -0.15 5.65 -54.69

629.78 333.55 5.97 80.43 2.84 35.52 1.10 20.29 46.86 3.27 1.00 9.21 4.88 15.65 1.74 11.04 56.43

709.71 456.89 7.41 88.43 4.44 19.05 0.90 18.30 47.48 4.19 1.64 15.27 7.53 18.16 1.59 16.69 1.74

Total employment...................................................................... Farming, forestry, animal husbandry, and fisheries................. Mining and quarrying............................................................ Manufacturing.................................................................... Production and supply of electricity, gas, and water............... Construction........................................................................ Geological prospecting and water conservancy...................... Transport, storage, post, and telecommunications.................. Wholesale and retail trade and catering services.................... Finance and insurance.......................................................... Real estate trade................................................................. Social services..................................................................... Health care, sports, and social welfare.................................. Education, culture and arts, radio, film, and television............ Scientific research and polytechnical services......................... Government and party agencies and social organizations....... Others................................................................................

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Difference is census figure minus enterprise figure.

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NOTES: Enterprise data are for yearend 2000; census data are from November 1, 2000, which was 2 months earlier. Therefore, the numbers from the two sources are not expected to be exactly the same. Census figures are derived by the author from the census long-form sample and refer to the population aged 15 years and older.

SOURCES: Census data are from China National Bureau of Statistics, Tabulation on the 2000 Population Census of the People's Republic of China, vol. 2 [in Chinese] (Beijing, China Statistics Press, 2002), pp. 1569-70. Enterprise data are from China National Bureau of Statistics and China Ministry of Labor, compilers, China Labor Statistical Yearbook 2003 (Beijing, China Statistics Press, 2003), pp. 8-9.

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