Appendix table 4. Industries that have grown most by region from 2007 to 2012 according to the number of jobs

Region Industry, TOL 2008 (2-digit) Year, number of jobs
2007 2012 Change 2007-2012 Change 2007-2012, %
Whole country 87 Residential care activities 72,550 86,454 13,904 19.2
Central Finland 87 Residential care activities 3,697 4,822 1,125 30.4
Central Ostrobothnia 86 Human health activities 2,334 2,565 231 9.9
Etelä-Savo 87 Residential care activities 3,085 3,559 474 15.4
Kainuu 07 Mining of metal ores 69 546 477 691.3
Kanta-Häme 88 Social work activities without accommodation 3,022 3,602 580 19.2
Kymenlaakso 87 Residential care activities 3,189 4,189 1,000 31.4
Lapland 07 Mining of metal ores 226 896 670 296.5
North Karelia 87 Residential care activities 2,100 2,896 796 37.9
North Ostrobothnia 88 Social work activities without accommodation 6,412 8,491 2,079 32.4
Ostrobothnia 88 Social work activities without accommodation 3,677 4,640 963 26.2
Pirkanmaa 86 Human health activities 15,930 17,226 1,296 8.1
Pohjois-Savo 87 Residential care activities 2,880 3,632 752 26.1
Päijät-Häme 86 Human health activities 6,453 6,960 507 7.9
Satakunta 56 Food and beverage service activities 1,916 2,822 906 47.3
South Karelia 81 Services to buildings and landscape activities 1,275 2,134 859 67.4
South Ostrobothnia 87 Residential care activities 3,057 3,624 567 18.5
Uusimaa 86 Human health activities 46,789 50,622 3,833 8.2
Varsinais-Suomi 87 Residential care activities 7,079 8,339 1,260 17.8
Åland 86 Human health activities 1,129 1,310 181 16.0

Source: Employment Statistics, Statistics Finland

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Updated 10.10.2014

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Employment [e-publication].
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