In April 2022, the number of dismissed employees amounted to 44.7 thousand and, against March 2022, decreased by 2.8 thousand, the number of hired employees stood at 51.5 thousand, which was by 0.2 thousand less than in the previous month.

In March, 3,923 deaths of permanent residents of Lithuania were registered.

The majority of them died from circulatory system diseases (1,980 deaths, or 50.5 per cent), malignancies (622 deaths, or 15.9 per cent) and COVID-19 (554 deaths, or 14.1 per cent).

Based on data as of 1 January 2022, the number of cattle grown in the country stood at 628.7 thousand (a year-on-year decrease of 0.1 per cent), that of dairy cows – 225.2 thousand (a year-on-year decrease of 3.3 per cent). 

Based on the data of the Labour Force Survey, in I quarter 2022, the employment rate of the population aged 20–64 stood at 77.7 per cent, which is by 0.3 percentage points less than in IV quarter 2021.

In 2021, plant protection products provided on the Lithuanian market amounted to 2,612.9 tonnes, which is by 1 per cent more than in 2020.

2022-05-17 The 2021 Population and Housing Census: Population mobility The 2021 Population and Housing Census (hereinafter referred to as the “Census”) revealed that one in ten residents of the Republic of Lithuania had lived abroad for a year or longer. The number of permanent residents of Lithuania born in post-Soviet republics is declining, but the number of those born in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Norway and other countries is increasing.
Deaths by week