The number of unemployed Kazakhstan citizens made 500.2 thousand people in February 2012 and the unemployment level made 5.5 percent.
106 boys per every 100 girls were born in Kazakhstan in 2011, Alikhan Smailov, head of the Statistics Agency said.
The share of local content has decreased in public procurement contracts: Ministry of Industry.
The oldest bride who registered her marriage in Kazakhstan in 2011 was 90-y.o. and the oldest groom was 86-y. o.
Executive managers of oil and gas industry had the highest wage of 1212 million tenge ($8.2 million) in 2011.
The number of registered cars in Kazakhstan decreased by 50 percent compared to November 2010.
The number of internet users has increased 20 percent in 2011 in Kazakhstan.
AIDS rate dropped almost by 10% in Kazakhstan in 2011.
Over 600 Kazakhstan citizens are serving sentences in foreign prisons: Statistics.
Over 159 thousand crimes were registered in Kazakhstan in January-October 2011, which is 41.4 percent more than in the same period of 2010.
Kazakhstan was placed 56th in the recent Gender Inequality Index ranking compared to 67th rank in 2008.
Crime rate in Kazakhstan went 38.3 percent during the period from January to September 2011.
49,984 people are registered as drug addicts including 4,595 women and 3,071 children.
Earlier Tengrinews.kz reported that Kazakhstan plans to boost oil production to 102 million tons by 2016.
Petrol production made 1.7 million tons in January-August 2011 in Kazakhstan.
Average nominal monthly wages in Kazakhstan in July 2011 grew 13 percent compared to the previous month.
Foreign trade turnover for the period made up $36.5 billion: Agency for Statistics.
Mojazarplata website released a comparison of average wages in the former Soviet countries.
Kazakhstan is still the leader among Central Asian countries by the amount of generated spam, according to Kaspersky Laboratory's March report.