Share of employees subject to social insurance contributions of a certain age group in the overall population of the same age. In contrast to the working population rate, the employment rate only considers employees subject to social insurance contributions, but not, for example, self-employed persons or people in marginal employment; therefore, it is lower than the working population rate.
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