Dataset [Database], Product code: bd_9f_size_cl, updated on 02-Mar-2015

Dedicated sections [Employment and social inclusion indicators], updated on 02-Dec-2015

Dispersion of regional employment rates Eurostat/ LFS Context indicators GDP growth (at constant prices) Eurostat/ ESA95 Employment rate, by sex Unemployment rate, by sex and key age groups Long-term unemployment rate, by sex and key age groups Eurostat/ LFS Life expectancy at birth and at age 65 Eurostat

Dedicated sections [Employment and social inclusion indicators], updated on 02-Dec-2015

S80/S20 income quintile share ratio  Eurostat/ EU-SILC Inequality of income distribution Gini coefficient  Eurostat/ EU-SILC Regional cohesion: dispersion in regional employment rates  Eurostat/ LFS Healthy life expectancy and Life expectancy at birth and at age 65  Eurostat/ EU-SILC and others

Dedicated sections [Employment and social inclusion indicators], updated on 02-Dec-2015

Data Source* Overall objective of combating child poverty and social exclusion and promoting child well-being Primary indicators At risk of poverty or social exclusion for children Eurostat/EU-SILC At-risk-of poverty rate for children Eurostat/EU-SILC Severe material deprivation rate Eurostat/EU

Dedicated sections [Employment and social inclusion indicators], updated on 02-Dec-2015

of solidarity and fairness between and within generations" Primary indicators At-risk-of-poverty rate of elderly people, (65+) Eurostat/ EU-SILC Median relative income ratio of elderly people, (65+) Eurostat/ EU-SILC Aggregate replacement ratio (excluding other social benefits) Eurostat/ EU-SILC Change

Dedicated sections [Employment and social inclusion indicators], updated on 02-Dec-2015

unmet need for medical care Eurostat/ EU-SILC Care utilisation National data Self reported unmet need for dental care Eurostat/ EU-SILC Dental care utilisation National data The proportion of the population covered by health insurance National/OECD Life expectancy at birth, at age 45 and at age 65

Compact guides and catalogues , Product code: KS-04-15-589, published on 07-Dec-2015

at birth, by sex, and (years) Male Female EU-28 Montenegro The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Albania Serbia Turkey Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo instead of instead of Source: Eurostat (online data codes: demo_mlexpec and cpc_psdemo) Table Fertility rate and infant mortality rate, and Total

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KE-BM-15-003, published on 14-Jul-2015

showed some signs of increasing again, until Since there has been a decline again. Five million children were born in the EU-28 in This corresponds to a crude birth rate (the number of live births per persons) of The highest annual total for the EU-28 was recorded in with million live births. From

Compact guides and catalogues , Product code: KS-01-15-604, published on 04-Dec-2015

: Mid-year population. Source: Eurostat (online data codes: cpc_psdemo, demo_gind, demo_pjanbroad, tps00003 and demo_mlexpec) Crude birth rate (per inhabitants) Crude death rate (per inhabitants) Total fertility rate (average number of children per woman) Infant mortality rate (per live births) EU-28

News releases , Product code: 3-10072015-AP, published on 10-Jul-2015

on January and the average population in The increase due to the addition of Mayotte was not taken into account for the calculation of this rate. Highest birth rates in Ireland and France, lowest in Portugal and Italy During the year million babies were born in the EU, more than the previous year

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

This publication provides an overview of differences between European countries in collecting demographic data. The five chapters go through the areas of population, births, deaths, marriages, legal unions and divorces and tackle definitions, data collection and availability as well as legal