The two most common causes of death in the period 2011–2020 were diseases of the circulatory system (32%) and neoplasms (28.4%).
Approximately 8,380 jobs were vacant in the third quarter of 2021 according to the results of Statistics Iceland’s Job Vacancy Survey. At the same time the number of occupied jobs on the Icelandic labour market was estimated to be 222,797 resulting in a 3.6% job vacancy rate.
The wage index in September increased by 0.7% from previous month. In the last twelve months the monthly wage index has risen by 7.7%. Figures have been updated.
The total value of exports of services in July 2021 was estimated 56.4 billion ISK and increased by 58% from July 2020, at current rates of exchange. The total exported value of travel in July was estimated 29 billion ISK and has been increasing at a considerable rate compared with the same month last year.