Statistical reports , Product code: KS-FT-18-008, published on 30-Oct-2018

from the yearly subsample should be consistent with those obtained as annual averages of the full quarterly samples, at least as regards the ILO labour force status broken down by sex and 10-year age groups. This requirement aims at ensuring the consistency of the main indicators (e.g

Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-RA-08-014, published on 28-Jan-2009

called ‘household type’. Compared to household type, though, it is less focused on the number of household members and more on the stage at which people in a sort of ‘average’ life are: from being a child living together with the parents, to growing older, leaving home, living alone or perhaps

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-EZ-14-001, published on 02-Mar-2015

unemployed. In their unem- ployment rate was and thus about eight per- centage points above the EU average of (age group to This higher risk is particularly a problem for low-educated young people who have completed only lower secondary education (early leavers from education and training; see the ‘Education

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

Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-CC-04-007, published on 21-Oct-2004

rather close to what is often denoted 'household type'. Compared to household type, it is less focused on the number of household members but more on at which stage in a sort of 'average' life people are; from being a child living together with the parents, growing older, leaving home, living alone

Statistical reports , Product code: KS-FT-19-001, published on 23-Jan-2019

to the NUTS regional classification. All countries use data on sex in the weighting process. Almost all countries use five-year age groups, for people aged between and in calculating the weighting factors: exceptions are Germany, Greece, and Slovenia who use broader age groups than the five-year ones

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KE-AG-06-001, published on 20-Sep-2007

the number of marriages has declined and people marry at an older age. The number of divorces has been growing steeply. Couples have fewer children and this later in life. The number of single-parent households is increasing and one third of these mono-parental families are exposed to poverty

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-02-18-728, published on 17-Jul-2018

in the number of severely materially deprived people. The most vulnerable groups appear to be the same across all three dimensions of poverty, namely young people, unemployed and inactive persons, single parents, households consisting of only one person, people with low educational attainment, foreign

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-12-004, published on 20-Mar-2012

to the continuing high immigration of younger persons and families from abroad. Some million inhabitants of the total population) were of working age (between and years) on January With of inhabitants in this age group, only the federal capital, Vienna, was above the national average. On that date, approximately

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-CC-04-001, published on 08-Jun-2004

on available childcare services: estimated childcare needs in each commune for different age groups and number of children enrolled in pre-school and primary school, number of places offered by type of childcare arrangement (end of coverage of childcare needs, average fees paid by parents in services