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Oman: Employed population by nationality (Omani/ non-Omani) (2007-2017)

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Omanis Expatriates Total
2007 256,180 660,950 917,130
2008 278,403 817,254 1,095,657
2009 294,937 897,161 1,192,098
2010 318,086 979,242 1,297,328
2011 358,881 1,273,848 1,632,729
2012 338,870 1,343,704 1,682,574
2013 362,597 1,501,528 1,864,125
2014 394,429 1,546,446 1,940,875
2015 365,381 1,660,663 2,026,044
2016 429,806 1,825,603 2,255,409
2017 434,368 1,832,072 2,266,440

Source: NCSI. Statistical Yearbooks, 2009 to 2018

ANNEXED NOTE
 
1. Technical Notes and Definitions

Data refer to total employed population, in the public, private and domestic sectors.
Data for the governmental sector exclude Security and Defense personnels.
see: https://cbo.gov.om/sites/assets/Documents/English/Publications/AnnualReports/AnnualReport2017eng.pdf
Omanis in the private sector are registered with the Public Authority for Social Insurance (PASI).

2. Institution which provides data 

National Center for Statistics and Information (NCSI)

3. Data availability 

The data on employment by sector and nationality is available in NCSI’s Statistical Yearbooks (chapter “Employment”)
https://www.ncsi.gov.om/Elibrary/Pages/LibraryContentView.aspx
SYB 2018:

https://www.ncsi.gov.om/Elibrary/LibraryContentDoc/bar_Statistical%20Year%20Book%202018_a8b32d59-cdc9-4987-ba29-1e7ce78d5cca.pdf

Last date of access: November 2018.

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