Illustration by Mark Beauchamp
In a global economy, it’s not enough to understand the economy of the country you live in. You need to know about the economic resources of the rest of the world too. That’s why EMSI is pleased to announce the availability of detailed, historic labor market data for France and Brazil – two highly informative new sets of labor market data, available only in Analyst.
EMSI’s data on France centers on the fundamentals of labor market information – industries and occupations. Working with government-gathered data, we’ve centralized complete information to provide a full picture of employment in France, by both industry and occupation. We classify industries according to the NAF (Nomenclature of Activities in France), with 733 different industries at the most detailed level. Occupations are classed by PCS-ES codes (professions and socio-professional categories of salaried jobs), with 428 different occupations.
In France, we include historic labor market data for every year from 2004 to 2013. Both industry and occupation data include earnings figures (in Euro) for every year. Geographically, data is available for every region, department, arrondissement, and commune in the nation, with full granularity and the ability to combine regions. Interestingly, the regions available include not only France proper, but also its foreign territories, including Guadeloupe, Corsica, Reunion, Martinique, and French Guiana.
The Brazil dataset is built on similar lines, covering employment (but not self-employment) for all industries and occupations in the country. In Brazil, the data is sorted according to the CNAE (National Classification of Economic Activities, for industry data) and the CBO (Brazilian Classification of Occupations). In both categories, the level of data available is remarkably detailed – there are over 600 industry classifications, and a truly remarkable 2,517 occupations in the tool.
Brazilian data is available only for the years from 2010 to 2013. Unlike France, however, it also includes data on completions of postsecondary education for both 2010 and 2011 – a crucial piece in understanding an economy’s supply of labor. Earnings data for both industries and occupations is available at every level, in Brazilian Reals. And that data is available for every region in the country; we provide granular data for every state and municipality, as well as for the nation as a whole.
With the addition of data on Brazil and France to the existing US, UK, and Canada datasets, EMSI’s position as the leader in quality labor market information has gotten even stronger. We’re committed to helping our clients use the best data available to make the best decisions possible. To see how data on Brazil and France can be part of the solution, contact us.