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User interface for simulating probabilities and averages related to members' background

Probability of unemployment, lay off, family leave and job alternation leave. Average wages, days of sickness, working hours, ...

First time please press the Activate button. Simulations are updated when changing one of the background variables.

These calculations are based on statistical (logistic, poisson, gamma, linear,...) regression models using Pro's register data (2011-) and the labour market surveys (2009-). Input certain background information and click to see the most probable values according to the models and the data. Note to take the estimates as a crude approximation of the reality... so far the estimates are without statistical error margins. The default value corresponds to the first classes of the variables. (e.g. M = Male, age group = 20-29). Simulations are most accurate with Business sector and Gender (the models using interaction term).

a) Estimated using measures as follows: length of weekly working hours, sick leave days, length of vacation (in months), number of working days in a week (of 7), level of unemployment, lay-off, family leave and job alternation leave. Effecient working hours = "hours at work" * (1- relative proportion of pauses) (e.g. lunchs) during working day. The estimate is the average time value of labour input (per worker). Total aggregate level of the labour input by Pro's members can be calculated multiplying average (whole Pro) hours with the number of Pro's members at working age (about 92 000 in year 2015). There's 365.25*24=8766 hours in a year. So e.g. 1800 hours is 100*(1800/8766)=21 % of the total time length of the year.
b) Composite index (0-100) of variables: "job description updated", "factors of wage determination explained", "discussion of wages" and "quantity and quality of jobs (of different workers) are compared".
c) Being at least in one of the situations: non-permanent job, temporary work (vuokratyö) or zero-hour contract.
2016/pp, updated = 2022.