- 60 Population and social conditions
- 40 General and regional statistics
- 2 Economy and finance
- 1 Environment and energy
- 1 Industry, trade and services
- 1 Science and technology
- 60 Statistical books/Pocketbooks
- 21 Statistical working papers
- 9 Manuals and guidelines
- 5 Eurostat News
- 3 Compact guides and catalogues
- 3 Statistical reports
- 1 News releases
- 1 Statistics in Focus
- 1 Dataset
Dataset [Database], Product code: yth_demo_030, updated on 25-Apr-2019
Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-05-14-031, published on 16-Apr-2015
‛Being young in Europe today' presents some of Eurostat's most interesting data on children and young people in the European Union. It gives an insight into the past, current and future situation of our youngest fellow citizens, ranging from attending school and participating in sport and leisure
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, but also reveal differences in their behaviour between Member States.
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.
Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-TC-13-005, published on 02-Oct-2013
. While this does not have a major impact on overall attrition rates, it does mean that the EU-SILC may not be suitable for longitudinal analysis of specific groups. Analysis of individuals leaving the family home following divorce or separation is particularly problematic, while analysis of young home-leavers is possible in a number of countries, though it should be undertaken with caution.
Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-12-039, published on 01-Oct-2012
skills and to face serious, persistent problems on the labour market (on average half of early school leavers are unemployed). As early school leaving is more frequent among young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, among people with migrant background and ethn...
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.
Manuals and guidelines , Product code: KS-GQ-19-003, published on 05-Apr-2019
via four additional questions at the end of the diary. In order to reduce the burden of respondents, there are fewer questions in the household and in the individual model questionnaire. Finally, the form "Weekly Schedule of Working Time" will be left out. Actually, countries planning
Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-02-13-238, published on 29-Oct-2013
, unlike the other forms of poverty, large households with children were less likely to experience very low work inten- sity than single-person households. Single people were twice as likely to live in a household facing problems accessing labour than the av...
Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-07-021, published on 24-Apr-2008
that were presented during the last Work Session, on 10-12 October 2007, in Bucharest. They addressed a very wide range of methodological and policy issues covering fertility, mortality, household and migration projections and their importance for policy formulation.
Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-EZ-16-001, published on 19-Jul-2016
section: Europe 2020 headline indicators) Executive summary Smarter, greener, more inclusive?10 share of economically inactive persons. A higher employment rate, especially for women, older workers and young people, is therefore needed to compensate for the expected ...