News releases , Product code: 3-10122009-AP, published on 10-Dec-2009

Young people make up a significant proportion of the EU population: on 1 January 2009, there were 95 million persons aged 15 to 29 in the EU27, almost a fifth of the total population. Statistics on young people confirm that they have their own characteristics compared to the older generation

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-78-09-920, published on 10-Dec-2009

Description of the situation of the young people in Europe, with chapters concerning demography, education, labour market, living conditions, health, social participation etc. Statistical tables and graphs with descriptive text of analysis.

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 working papers , Product code: KS-RA-08-013, published on 02-Feb-2009

in the number of women in this ratio was in and and in The changes in the age structure include the continuous decrease of the number and share of the population up to years of age and the increase of the share of persons over years. While in the relative share of young people up to years of age

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-78-09-653, published on 16-Apr-2009

countries, less than of those from low educational family backgrounds graduated from tertiary education. The continuing transmission of disadvantages through family backgrounds tends to affect men and women equally. But the situation is improving: young people from low educational family backgrounds

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-78-09-865, published on 30-Nov-2009

equivalised disposable income. Children, young people of years old, the elderly and persons with low education as well as women are at a higher risk of poverty than the average. Single households are at a growing risk of poverty, with single parents bear- ing the highest risk of Monetary poverty

Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-RA-09-008, published on 25-Jun-2009

living as a child in the parental home INST Institutional household UNK Unknown Units: Number of persons cens_rhsize Population by sex, age group, size of household (census table Dimensions: GEO Geopolitical entities NUTS_2006: at NUTS level AGE Age class: TOTAL Total Y0_4 Less than years Y5_9

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-09-011, published on 03-Nov-2009

The Structural Indicator "Gender Pay Gap in unadjusted form" (GPG) is the relative difference between the average gross hourly earnings of women and men within the economy, based on the Structure of Earnings Survey (SES). It gives an overall picture of gender inequalities in terms of pay, which

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-CD-09-001, published on 18-Sep-2009

resulted in more households and households of a smaller average size, as a higher proportion of people live alone. Th e changes observed in the age structure of the EU-27’s population may also explain, to some degree, the growing proportion of people living alone. Indeed, the highest proportion

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-DO-09-001, published on 07-Oct-2009

price levels as well as participant data by age and sex.