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In the second quarter of 2021, the highest share of recent job starters in the EU was found in ‘accommodation and food services’ (11% of the employed), followed by the sectors of ‘arts, entertainment and recreation’ and ‘administrative and support services’ (both with 6%), as well as ‘agriculture, f...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20211022-1, published on 22-Oct-2021

Theme: Population and social conditions

In connection with the news releases for the Excessive Deficit Procedure (EDP) and the Government Finance Statistics (GFS) published yesterday and today, a series of related documents have been updated yesterday: Note on the stock of liabilities in trade credits and advances;  Stock-flow adjustme...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: WDN-20211022-1, published on 22-Oct-2021

Theme: Economy and finance

In 2020, services were the largest economic activity in the EU measured in terms of gross value added (GVA) generated. Services accounted for 73% of the EU’s total GVA, followed by industry and construction (25%) and agriculture (2%).  In all EU countries, services had the biggest weight in the eco...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20211021-1, published on 21-Oct-2021

Theme: Industry, trade and services

  In 2019, at EU level, even though enterprises from the industry sector only made up about 15% of the total number of importing enterprises, industry’s share in the value of imports was 47% - the highest among the 3 categories in 2019. It was the same for exports; the enterprises forming part of t...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20211021-2, published on 21-Oct-2021

Theme: Industry, trade and services

On the occasion of the European Statistics Day, Eurostat has released the 2021 edition of its interactive publication ‘Key figures on Europe’ with data for the EU, individual EU Member States and EFTA countries. Do you want to have a quick and interactive overview of key aspects of the situation of...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: EDN-20201020-2, published on 20-Oct-2021

Theme: Population and social conditions, Science and technology, Transport, Economy and finance, Industry, trade and services, Environment and energy, International trade, Agriculture, forestry and fisheries, General and regional statistics

In the first half of 2021, average household electricity prices in the EU increased slightly compared with the same period of 2020 (€21.3 per 100 kWh), standing at €21.9 per 100 kWh. Average gas prices in the EU registered the inverse path, decreasing slightly to €6.4 per 100 kWh in the first half...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20211020-1, published on 20-Oct-2021

Theme: Environment and energy

Let’s celebrate European Statistics Day today with some interesting figures. In 2020, there were 97 300 mathematicians, actuaries and statisticians employed in the EU, the equivalent of almost 22 professionals per 100 000 people. This of course includes the statisticians who calculated this number! ...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: EDN-20211020-3, published on 20-Oct-2021

Theme: General and regional statistics

The European Statistics Competition (ESC) 2022 is on! Secondary school students from 19 countries will compete, first at national and then at European level, in the fifth edition of this statistical literacy contest. Teamwork to solve statistical problems The ESC is a school-based competition in w...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: EDN-20211020-1, published on 20-Oct-2021

Theme: General and regional statistics

Today, Eurostat released the October edition of the interactive European Statistical Recovery Dashboard. The dashboard contains monthly and quarterly indicators from a number of statistical areas relevant for tracking the economic and social recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, across countries and...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: WDN-20211019-1, published on 19-Oct-2021

Theme: General and regional statistics

There is no better way to celebrate tomorrow’s European Statistics Day than to honour the professionals that make it possible and in a way that they know better than anyone: with numbers.   In 2020, there were 97 300 mathematicians, actuaries and statisticians employed in the EU, the equivalent of ...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: EDN-20211019-1, published on 19-Oct-2021

Theme: General and regional statistics

On the 20th October, the European Statistical Advisory Committee (ESAC), in collaboration with Eurostat, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Luxembourg Statistical Office (STATEC), is organising a workshop on non-traditional (big) data sources and data science for official statistics. This event...

Collection: Eurostat News , Product code: CN-20211018-1, published on 18-Oct-2021

Theme: General and regional statistics