This article analyses the impact of ESA 2010 revisions focusing on nominal GDP at the European level. Observing the main aggregates of the three approaches used in estimating GDP at market prices, it includes an analysis of the industries which have generated significant revisions to gross value added (GVA)
, and continues with a similar analysis of the categories of final expenditure and of the components of income. More ...
This article presents the latest statistical data on freight handling and passenger traffic in ports
in the European Union (EU)
, Iceland, Norway, Montenegro and Turkey. It also covers maritime transport flows with the main partner geographical areas, as well as individual results for major European ports.
This article contains data for 2013. The next update (with figures for 2014) is provisionally scheduled for February 2016. Please note that the 2012 and 2013 figures for France are provisional estimates which are likely to be revised. More ...
This article presents the very latest unemployment
figures for the European Union (EU)
, the euro area
and individual Member States, complemented by an overview of long-term developments since the year 2000.
Unemployment levels and rates move in a cyclical manner, largely related to the general business cycle
. However, other factors such as labour market
policies and demographic developments may also influence the short and long-term evolution
. More ...
The data in this article show the most recent annual rates of change for the euro area
and its main components issued by Eurostat
. The figures presented are early estimates of euro area inflation. More ...
This article shows how gender inequalities in terms of pay vary widely among the Member States of the European Union (EU)
and among groups of employees
The unadjusted gender pay pap (GPG)
is an important indicator used within the European employment strategy (EES)
to monitor imbalances in wages between men and women. It is defined as the difference between the average gross hourly earnings of men and women expressed as a percentage of the average gross hourly earnings of men. More ...
This article illustrates how minimum wage
levels vary considerably across the European Union (EU)
Member States; it also provides a comparison with the situation in the candidate countries
and the United States.
Minimum wage statistics, as published by Eurostat
, refer to national minimum wages. More ...
This article is part of a set of statistical articles
based on the Eurostat
publication Agriculture, forestry and fishery statistics
. It gives an overview of indicators on agricultural output, agricultural income and of agricultural prices in the European Union (EU)
. The data are extracted from Eurostat
collections of agricultural statistics: economic accounts for agriculture (EAA)
, agricultural price indices (API) and absolute agricultural prices. More ...