People living in households with very low work intensity (sdg_01_40)

ESMS Indicator Profile (ESMS-IP)

Compiling agency: Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Union


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Reference metadata
1. Contact
2. Metadata update
3. Relevance
4. Statistical Indicator
5. Frequency and Timeliness of dissemination
6. Coverage and comparability
7. Accessibility and clarity
8. Comment
Related Metadata
Annexes (including footnotes)
Eurostat Quality Profile
4.5. Source data

ESS (SILC)

5.1. Frequency of dissemination Every year
5.2. Timeliness T+1 year
6.1. Reference area All EU MS
6.2. Comparability - geographical All EU MS
6.3. Coverage - Time > 10 years
6.4. Comparability - over time > 4 data points

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1. Contact Top
1.1. Contact organisation

Eurostat, the Statistical Office of the European Union

1.2. Contact organisation unit

E2: Environmental statistics and accounts; sustainable development

1.5. Contact mail address

e-mail contact : ESTAT-SDI-EU2020-INDICATORS@ec.europa.eu


2. Metadata update Top
2.1. Metadata last certified 17/11/2017
2.2. Metadata last posted 12/06/2020
2.3. Metadata last update 01/02/2020


3. Relevance Top

The indicator is part of the indicator sets:

a) EU Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) indicator set where it is used to monitor progress towards SDG 1 on ending poverty in all its forms everywhere. SDG 1 calls for an eradication of extreme poverty and for a reduction of relative poverty over the next 15 years. It envisions shared prosperity, a basic standard of living and social protection benefits for people everywhere, including the poorest and most vulnerable.

b) EU 2020 strategy indicators where it is used to monitor progress towards the EU's target of 'lifting at least 20 million people out of the risk of poverty or social exclusion’ by 2020 compared to the year 2008.

 

Furthermore, indicator is included as a secondary indicator in the Social Scoreboard for the European Pillar of Social Rights, and is part of the multidimensional poverty index. It can be considered as part of the global SDG indicator 1.2.2 "Proportion of men, women and children of all ages living in poverty in all its dimensions according to national definitions".

Poverty and social exclusion harm individual lives and limit the opportunities for people to achieve their full potential by affecting their health and well-being and lowering educational outcomes. This, in turn, reduces opportunities to lead a successful life and further increases the risk of poverty. Without effective education, health, social, tax benefit and employment systems, the risk of poverty is passed on from one generation to the next. This causes poverty to persist and hence creates more inequality, which can lead to long-term loss of economic productivity from whole groups of society and hamper inclusive and sustainable economic growth.


4. Statistical Indicator Top
4.1. Data description

The indicator is defined as the share of people aged 0-59 living in households with very low work intensity. These are households where on average the adults (aged 18-59, excluding students) work 20% or less of their total work potential during the past year.

The indicator is part of the multidimensional poverty index.

4.2. Unit of measure

% of population aged less than 60 and thousand persons.

4.3. Reference Period

Calendar year.

4.4. Accuracy - overall

From 2005 onwards EU-SILC is based on a common framework defined by harmonised lists of primary and secondary variables, common concepts, a recommended design, common requirements (such as imputation procedures, weighting, sampling errors calculation) and classifications aiming at maximising comparability of the information produced. Details can be found in the metadata of the source datasets (see link to related metadata).

4.5. Source data

ESS (SILC)

Data source: Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (SILC).

Data provider: Statistical Office of the European Union (Eurostat), based on data reported by the countries.


5. Frequency and Timeliness of dissemination Top
5.1. Frequency of dissemination

Every year

Indicator is updated annually in November.

5.2. Timeliness

T+1 year

New data points are disseminated within one year after the reference year.


6. Coverage and comparability Top
6.1. Reference area

All EU MS

Data are presented for all EU Member States plus the United Kingdom, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey.

6.2. Comparability - geographical

All EU MS

Data are comparable between all EU Member States respectively other presented countries.

6.3. Coverage - Time

> 10 years

Presented time series (including EU aggregates) starts in 2008.

6.4. Comparability - over time

> 4 data points

Length of comparable time series without methodological break is longer than 4 data points.


7. Accessibility and clarity Top
7.1. Dissemination format - Publications

Analysis of indicator is presented in: 

a) Eurostat's annual monitoring report on Sustainable development in the EU (progress towards SDGs in the EU context).

b) Eurostat's annual monitoring report on the Europe 2020 strategy 'Smarter greener, more inclusive? - Indicators to support the Europe 2020 strategy'.

7.2. Dissemination format - online database

See tables:

a) sdg_01_40

b) t2020_51

7.3. Dissemination format - other

Eurostat dedicated section on:

a) SDGs: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/sdi/overview

b) EU 2020 strategy: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/europe-2020-indicators/europe-2020-strategy


8. Comment Top

Copyrights: Eurostat Copyright/Licence Policy is applicable.


Related metadata Top
ilc_esms - Income and living conditions


Annexes Top