The remaining subsectors mainly recorded gross operating rates between 6.9 % for the manufacture of food products (Division 10) and 11.4 % for the manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products (Division 23). if(window.location.href && window.location.href.indexOf("?") Private-sector employment increased by 166,000 from August to September, on a seasonally adjusted basis. 2 sector, Key figures on European Business — with a special feature section on SMEs, Summaries of EU Legislation: Business statistics, European Commission — Directorate-General (DG) for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (GROWTH), https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Manufacturing_statistics_-_NACE_Rev._2&oldid=502915. var script = document.createElement('script'); (Division 28) and in Latvia for manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials (Division 16). In Iceland, Norway and Switzerland the apparent labour productivity in manufacturing was above the EU-27 average. Manufacturing units may process their own materials, subcontract a part of the processing of their own materials, own legal rights and concepts of the product but subcontract the whole processing, or carry out the aforementioned subcontracted processes. An analysis of the EU-27’s gross operating surplus (value added less personnel costs) gives an idea of the operating profit before depreciation charges. switch (args[0]) { Copy the URL to open this chart with all your selections. small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs): with 1 to 249 persons employed, further divided into; micro enterprises: with less than 10 persons employed; small enterprises: with 10 to 49 persons employed; medium-sized enterprises: with 50 to 249 persons employed; large enterprises: with 250 or more persons employed. break; case "setHeight": Selling to the general public products that have been made on the same premises from which they are sold, such as bakeries and custom tailors, is also included in manufacturing rather than retailing. Furthermore, the communication looked at issues related to access to the internal and international markets, as well as access to finance and capital and also the role of human capital and skills, in particular developing skills in the labour force for industrial transformation. var get = window.location.href.substr(window.location.href.indexOf("?") Combining these two indicators gives the wage-adjusted labour productivity ratio, which is a measure of labour productivity that takes into account the very different levels of pay and social charges between Member States and activities. Data are available for a wide range of variables. script.src = src; Average personnel costs were also greater than or equal to EUR 50 000 per employee in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Austria, Germany, France, Ireland and Finland. Building on and updating the integrated industrial policy, in October 2012 the European Commission adopted a Communication titled ‘A Stronger European Industry for Growth and Economic Recovery — Industrial Policy Communication Update’ (COM(2012) 582 final), which put forward policies to lay the foundations for Europe’s industry of the future. ADP’s monthly report received particular attention because the federal government shutdown was likely to result in the Bureau of Labor Statistics not issuing its payroll report on time. Among the 171 NUTS level 2 regions for which data are available in 2017, the median share of the manufacturing sector in the non-financial business economy employment was 22.0 %. else if (window.document.msExitFullscreen) window.document.msExitFullscreen(); This was quite ahead of the next highest level of apparent labour productivity, namely EUR 114 800 per person employed recorded in Denmark. if (args.length > 3) { break; ifr.src = src; In line with their very low apparent labour productivity, the manufacture of wearing apparel and of furniture recorded the lowest average personnel costs in the EU-27’s manufacturing sector, at EUR 17 100 per employee and EUR 25 500 per employee respectively. Value added for large enterprises recorded on EU-27 level (61.5 %) indicates high significance of large enterprises in the sector. var args = e.data.split(":"); © 2018 Cerasis. Figure 2 shows that the share of manufacturing within the non-financial business economy’s value added varied in 2017 from 12.3 % in Cyprus and 12.4 % in Luxembourg to more than 37.0 % of the total in Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary and Czechia, with Ireland having the highest share (47.0 %). Summary . As a flagship initiative of the Europe 2020 strategy, this policy sets out a strategy that aims to boost growth and jobs by maintaining and supporting a strong, diversified and competitive industrial base offering well-paid jobs while becoming less carbon intensive. > -1) { Substantial alteration, renovation or reconstruction of goods is generally considered to be manufacturing. In none of the manufacturing subsectors did micro enterprises (employing fewer than 10 persons) contribute the largest share of value added among the four size classes shown in Figure 6; their greatest contribution was 16.9 % of the value added generated in the manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials and 15.2 % manufacture of furniture. The main SBS data series are presented at national level only, and for this national data the statistical unit is the enterprise.