Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-02-18-351, published on 02-Jul-2018

over many years which have contributed to population ageing. As the proportion of people of core working age years) in the EU-28 is shrinking while the relative share of elderly persons is expanding, one may expect an increased burden on those of core working age to provide for the social expenditure

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-GO-16-101, published on 25-Jul-2017

share of young people and a considerably higher share of older persons. In the old‑age dependency ratio ranged across the enlargement countries from in Serbia to in Turkey and in Kosovo data). None of the enlargement countries recorded an old‑age dependency ratio that was as high as the EU‑28 average

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-EZ-17-001, published on 19-Jul-2017

dimensions of poverty, the most vulnerable groups appear to be the same, namely young people, the unemployed and inactive, single parents, households consisting of only one person, people with low educational attainment, foreign citizens born outside the EU and people residing in rural areas. Of all

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-05-14-075, published on 05-Jun-2017

The EU has not made any progress towards achieving its ‘Europe 2020’ social inclusion target, adopted in 2010, of lifting at least 20 million people from poverty and social exclusion by 2020. This book aims to contribute to our understanding of some of the substantive challenges facing ‘Social

Statistical reports , Product code: KS-FT-17-003, published on 27-Feb-2017

, Finland and Sweden covered them in special household datasets. Norway only covered household information on the family members of working age, but provided no information on other possible members of the household (i.e. children under the age of A country by country and variable by variable analysis

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-GO-16-001, published on 22-Dec-2016

there is a relatively young population structure, whereas in Serbia the population structure is more akin to that of the EU‑28, with a considerably lower share of young people and a considerably higher share of older persons. In the old‑age dependency ratio ranged across the enlargement countries from in Serbia

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-EZ-16-001, published on 19-Jul-2016

of the Social Protection Committee Luxembourg, Publications Office of the European Union, p. young people, the unemployed and inactive, single parents, households consisting of only one person, people with low educational attainment, foreign citizens born outside the EU-28, and those residing in rural

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-04-15-567, published on 27-Nov-2015

, to a portrait of EU households and family structures, geographic mobility in the EU or the increasing ageing of our societies. People in the EU: who are we and how do we live? concludes with a look at the future demographic challenges potentially facing the EU in the coming years.

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-HA-15-001, published on 09-Oct-2015

, although the number of divorces in the EU has increased rapidly and the average age at which people tend to get married has risen, as a rising share of young people begin their adult lives by living alone or cohabiting, rather than leaving the parental home when they are ready to marry. Although marriage

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-TC-15-004, published on 02-Oct-2015

, persons living in convents, partially student halls of residence (although they are surveyed via other members of the households), members of the Slovak embassies and institutions abroad. Under-coverage comprises people born abroad and living in collective houses Overcoverage: Mainly young residents

Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-GQ-15-002, published on 26-May-2015

of arrivals and departures Population structure indicators Average population Births Definition of ‘live birth’ Declaring a birth Persons who can make the declaration Time limit for birth declaration The contents of a birth declaration Live births abroad, live births to ‘non-residents’ and mother’s age