Glossary:Persons living in households with low work intensity
The indicator persons living in households with low work intensity is defined as the number of persons living in a household having a work intensity between 0.20 and 0.45.
The indicator persons living in households with very low work intensity is defined as the number of persons living in a household where the members of working age worked less than 20 % of their total potential during the previous 12 months.
The work intensity of a household is the ratio of the total number of months that all working-age household members have worked during the income reference year and the total number of months the same household members theoretically could have worked in the same period.
A working-age person is a person aged 18-59 years, with the exclusion of students in the age group between 18 and 24 years.
Households composed only of children, of students aged less then 25 and/or people aged 60 or more are completely excluded from the indicator calculation.