The Swiss labor force is growing, but not nearly as fast as it used to be, according to a new report from the Swiss Federal Statistical Office (BKA).
The BKA’s labor force index for January was at a record high of 4.3%.
It is the highest monthly reading since the year 2000.
The latest report also showed that the unemployment rate was at its lowest point since the early 2000s.
According to the report, a labor force participation rate of 55.4% was also the highest since the late 1990s.
In terms of age, the labor force was at 65.1%, with an employment rate of 77.5%.
The labor force share of the population of working age was 62.1%.
The BKA said that in 2017, the average age of the Swiss population was 40 years old.
However, it was higher than the 40-year age of 65 in 2019 and the 62-year-old age in 2020.
It also noted that in 2018, there were more Swiss adults between the ages of 18 and 34, compared with 2017.
The number of people between the age of 18-35 in the Swiss labor market increased by 7.7%.
The labour force index is used to assess the employment and unemployment of a population, but also to predict the growth of the labor market.
It is based on an average of monthly labor force surveys conducted by the BKA and the OECD.