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Population (16-64 years) by number of days of sickness cash benefit 2010 in Stockholm
   Paid by social insurance office by number of days of sickness,%  Population
   0  1-14  15-89  90-365  Total  16-64 years
   days1  days  days  days  
Västerort 93 2 3 2 100 143 413
Rinkeby-Kista 94 2 3 2 100 32 022
Spånga-Tensta 94 2 3 2 100 24 458
Hässelby-Vällingby 93 2 3 2 100 42 738
Bromma 94 2 3 2 100 44 195
       
Inre staden 95 2 2 1 100 227 567
Kungsholmen 94 2 3 1 100 46 006
Norrmalm 95 1 2 1 100 48 901
Östermalm 96 1 2 1 100 44 878
Södermalm 94 2 3 2 100 87 782
       
Söderort 93 2 3 2 100 221 370
Enskede-Årsta-Vantör 93 2 3 2 100 63 701
Skarpnäck 93 2 3 2 100 30 866
Farsta 92 2 4 2 100 33 939
Älvsjö 93 2 3 2 100 16 268
Hägersten-Liljeholmen 93 2 3 2 100 54 173
Skärholmen 93 2 3 2 100 22 423
       
Hela staden 94 2 3 2 100 592 350
Källa: SCB/Sweco
1This being the share that is not paid by the social insurance office. This also includes those with 0 sick days in the year.
On 1 Jan 2005 the employers payment period was reduced from the first 21 to the first 14 days of each sickness period.
Sweco EF
Kaplansbacken 10
Box 415, 112 24 STOCKHOLM, tel: 08-613 08 00
statistik.sthlm@sweco.se
www.statistikomstockholm.se