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Published by source: 05 November 2018
The final report of the European Statistical System Network on Culture (ESS-net Culture report 2012, in particular pp. 129-226) deals with the methodology applied to cultural statistics, including the scope of the 'cultural economic activities' and 'cultural occupations' based on two reference classifications:
Results from the EU-LFS allow to characterize cultural employment by some core social variables (sex, age, educational attainment) and by selected labour market characteristics (self-employment, full-time work, permanent jobs and persons with one job only), by cross-tabulating ISCO and NACE cultural codes as defined in the ESS-net Culture report 2012 (Annex 3 – Table 26 and Annex 4 – Table 27). In 2016, an extension of the cultural scope was agreed upon by the Working Group 'Culture statistics' and implemented after in cultural employment statistics for reference years 2011 onwards. The publication "Culture statistics - 2016 edition" from the "Statistical books" series was based on the previous scope. Previous scope data are available here, for reference years 2008-2015: