During the last decade i.e. 2010-2019, the total number of households in the EU increased by 7.0 %. In 2019, the EU-27 recorded 195.0 million households with on average 2.3 members per household. The largest average household size was recorded in Croatia (2.8 members), while the smallest was observed in Sweden (1.8 members), followed by Denmark, Germany, Finland and Estonia (each with 2.0 members) That year the number of private households in the European Union of its current composition amounted to approximately 221.3 million. Number of private households in selected European countries in.. According to EU-SILC, the average size of private households in the EU-28 was 2.3 persons in 2016. This This ratio ranged from highs of 2.8 persons in Croatia, Poland and Slovakia, down to an average of two person Europe: 67,146,000: 2.22: 30,217,950: 35.46: 46.84: 16.08: 1.62: 2015 United Kingdom: Europe: 66,796,807: 2.27: 29,486,179: 33.01: 48.96: 16.24: 1.79: 2011 Philippines: Asia: 109,441,605: 4.23: 25,893,157: 9.18: 30.05: 36.82: 23.95: 2017 Vietnam: Asia: 96,483,981: 3.78: 25,503,951: 7.28: 36.25: 43.44: 13.02: 2009 Italy: Europe: 60,026,546: 2.4: 25,020,120: 31.10: 46.56: 21.29: 1.05: 2011 Egypt: Africa: 101,189,80 European Union 27 (since 2020) x: 195,021.1: x: 138,935.3: x: 26,569.6: x: 22,383.9: x: 7,132.3 Germany: 38,512.3: 40,899.9: 28,844.8: 31,862.9: 4,995.1: 4,522.8: 3,559.4: 3,399.1: 1,113.0: 1,115.1 Austria: 3,474.8: 3,949.2: 2,446.4: 2,961.0: 502.7: 475.5: 390.5: 375.6: 135.2: 137.2 Belgium: 4,384.2: 4,787.7: 2,911.4: 3,244.8: 619.4: 642.5: 590.9: 621.1: 262.6: 279.1 Bulgaria: 2,874.0: 2,690.5: 1,851.8: 1,996.9: 579.6: 395.7: 383.
In Germany, three in four mothers (74.7%) with a least one child aged under 18 years were in employment in 2019. This is reported by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) to coincide with the International Women's Day on 8 March. The relevant rate has increased in the past ten years: in 2009, it amounted to only 66.7% As of 1 February 2020, the population of the EU is about 445 million people. The population density of the EU is 117 people per km 2
In the euro area, households' financial wealth per capita continues to grow, reaching close to €55,000 at the end of the second quarter of 2020. Go to digital publication. Money, credit and central bank interest rates. Banks' Corner Download area Euro area statistics is a website provided by the European Central Bank (ECB) and the national central banks (NCBs) of the Eurosystem. The. .7 million households by 2019. Number of TV households in Europe from 2009 to 2019 (in million households
size of households, with the average for 'all households' ranging from 2.0 people per household in Germany, Norway and Denmark and 1.8 in Sweden to 3.5 in Turkey and almost 4 in Mexico (Chart SF1.1.A) As per the latest available figures from Eurostat (2015), almost one in three (32.3%) of all households in the EU are single (one person) households, which represents an increase of 2.3 percentage points since 2007. This figure significantly surpasses the number of two-person households for the first time in history. Importantly, over the same time period, also the proportion of two-person households has increased, from 30% in 2007 to 31.3% in 2015. In fact, these two household types are the. Number of households Number of living quarters Average size of household Average number of households per living quarters Average number of persons per living quarters Jordan, 1979 TOTAL 2132997 317810 x376822 6.7 0.8 5.7 URBAN 1266665 190084 x217889 6.7 0.9 5.8 RURAL 866332 127726 x158933 6.8 0.8 5.5 Korea, Republic of, 1990 TOTAL xii 4352019
In 2015, more than 4 out of every 10 persons (42.0%) in the EU-28 lived in flats, close to one quarter (24.1%) in semi-detached houses and one third (33.3%) in detached houses The proportion of people living in flats was highest, among the EU Member States, in Spain (65.9%), Latvia (65.0%) and Estonia (62.6%), while the highest proportions of people living in semi-detached houses were reported in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom (both 59.9%) and Ireland (51.6%); these were the. Explore euro area statistics. Take a look at visualisations and compare core euro area and national statistics on the Euro Area Statistics website. Here, you will find key economic data in an easy-to-digest format. The statistics are available in all EU languages and are easy to embed in digital media. www.euro-area-statistics.or 3.7 Average number of persons per occupied dwelling..... 68 3.8 Share of households living in overcrowded houses by median income group (%).. 69 3.9 Social housing in % of new dwelling completions.. 7
The number of households in the fifteen Member States of the European Union (EU-15) has increased strongly in past decades. In 1961, EU-15 had 92 million households with an average of 3.3 persons per household (Figure 1). By 1995 the figure had risen to 148 million households with an average of 2.5 persons per household household sector in the euro area as a whole and in all European Union countries. Statistical sources and methodology . The ECB, together with Eurostat, publishes the integrated euro area sectoral accounts, covering financial and non- financial accounts, from which most of the statistical series shown in this report are derived. Data are compiled in accordance with the methodological framework. Household - U
The number of non-EU credit institutions' subsidiaries dropped to 245, down from 288 in 2013. Bank staff By end-2017, EU-28 banks employed about 2.7 million people, about 40,000 fewer than in 2016 and the lowest level since the E's data series began in 1997. The five largest EU economies continue to be the five countries with the largest number of employees in the banking sector employing. This statistic presents the estimated number of households owning at least one pet animal in Europe in 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. As of 2019, an estimated 85 million European. are less common in Asia (11 per cent of households with children) and in Europe (18 per cent) (figure 3). Figure 2 Average household size and percentage of households including at least one child. In this chapter the attempts of John Hajnal and Peter Laslett to conceptualize the family and household systems of Europe as they existed in the past are reviewed and then extended on the basis of the following criteria: the welfare capability of the family, the household as a work unit, the status of women within the family, the patterns of marriage and household formation, the household as a kin group, and inequalities between households. National and local censuses are then analysed to. 0.3 million households (0.8% of all households) house 3 or more generations. Grandparents, parents and children living under one roof are thus a dwindling minority of all households
The 380 million residents of the EEA live in 151 million households; the average size of households is 2.5 persons. All countries, except Ireland, have average household size between 2.2 to 3.1 persons (4 in Ireland) In this paper we present indicators of household structure for 26 of the 27 countries of the post-enlargement European Union. As well as broad indicators of household type, we present statistics on single-person and extended-family households, and on the households of children and older people. Our main aim is to assess the extent to which household structure differs between the old and new. Households: North Macedonia. May 2020. Global shifts in gender, ageing, migration, housing and education are transforming the size, location and general make-up of households around the globe, with diverse implications for governments and companies. Households insights can help identify. Historically, number of households in Italy reached an all time high of 26.2 mil in 2020 and an all time low of 13.5 mil in 1960. When compared to Italy's main peers, number of households in Austria amounted to 3.85 mil, 29.7 mil in France, 0.891 mil in Slovenia and 3.94 mil in Switzerland in 2020
. PDF Now in its fifth edition, the Bes Report offers a wide set of indicators divided into 12 domains. Date of Issue: 20 March 2018. Annual report 2017. A summary of the Annual Report 2017 on the state of Italy is now available in English. Reference period: Year 2016
The number of households is projected to increase from 9.2 million in 2016 to between 12.6 and 13.2 million in 2041. The number of families is projected to increase from 6.7 million to between 9.2 and 9.4 million. Living with a partner is projected to remain the most common living arrangement. Projections are not predictions or forecasts In absolute terms, by 2020 the number of one-person households is forecast to reach 253.8 million (from 202.6 million in 2006) and the proportion of one-person household is projected to rise to 13.0% (up from 11.8% in 2006) Data company Inrix found more than 20,000 so-called traffic hotspots in UK cities, well over double the number in Germany and eleven times the number in France. Some other congested UK cities. Around 98-99% of European network customers are connected to the distribution grid. In contrast to their transmission 'highway' counterparts, distribution networks are made up of the smaller roads and paths that deliver electricity to its ultimate point of consumption: Europe's households and businesses. They are linked to transmission systems by around 10,700 interconnection points. Overall, there are more than 4 million distribution transformers in Europe The Demographic Yearbook census datasets cover a wide range of additional topics including economic activity, educational attainment, household characteristics, housing characteristics, ethnicity, language, foreign-born and foreign population. The available Population and Housing Censuses' datasets reported to UNSD for the censuses conducted worldwide since 1995, are now available in UNdata
Household relative poverty incidence: household typology of persons aged 65 and over Household relative poverty incidence: household with elderly components Data by number of component The importance of the concept of female-headed households arises, in part, from the sheer numbers of such households in both developing and industrial societies. As table 1 shows, in the 1980s, 14% of all households in Indonesia, up to 45% of all households in Botswana and Barbados, and 31% of households in the United States were headed by women. In developing countries, female headship is more frequen Over this period, the number of owner occupier households remained broadly consistent at 17.7 million households. However, households owned outright increased from 7.9 million to 9.4 million while..
Household gross adjusted disposable income is the income adjusted for transfers in kind received by households, such health or education provided for free or at reduced prices by government and NPISHs. This indicator is presented both in terms of annual growth rates (for real net disposable income) and in terms of USD per capita at current prices and PPPs (gross adjusted disposable income. With 98 percent of households having internet access at home, the Netherlands is a top performer in the European Union. Other high-ranking countries are Luxembourg and Denmark (97 percent), Sweden (95 percent) and Finland (95 perc ent).Within the EU, on average 87 percent of households had internet access, a 4 percentage point increase on 2015 The growth rates of the fleets and their decomposition into the growth of the number of households and the growth of the number of vehicles per household are given in logarithmic differences 35: ln(y/x) = ln y - ln x. A remarkable property of this measure is its symmetry, i.e. its value (in absolute terms) does not depend on the point of comparison used. It is also additive, i.e. the sum of. Number of households and families projections Footnote: ABS released household and family projection (2011-2036) in 2015. The number of households in Australia is projected to increase from 8.42 million to between 12.73 million and 12.57 million by 2036 The number of households has increased by 7% since 2005, similar to the growth in the UK population during this period. As a result, average household sizes have changed little over the decade: 20% of households contained 4 or more people in 2015, this is the same as in 2005. In 2015 29% of households contained 1 person. Although this has not changed much over the last decade, another source.
Solution for YAHOO! IN EUROPE: Yahoo! is putting more emphasis on Western Europe, Where the number of line households is expected to grow steadily. In a stud A popular search engine is targeting European countries where the number of online households is expected to grow at a steady rate. Data was taken over time, and it was found that the number of online houses (in millions) projected can be modeled by the following function: N(t) = 34.68 + 23.88 ln(1.05t + 5.3), f or 0 _< t _< 2. The values of t are in years and when t = 0 , the year is 2004.
Financial assets of households in Western Europe declined almost in step with North America last year (-0.2% and -0.3%, respectively). Precarious debt dynamics in Asia Worldwide household liabilities rose by 5.7% in 2018, a tad below the previous year's level of 6.0%, but also well above the long-term average annual growth rate of 3.6%. Debt growth has acceler-ated noticeably for the last. Rollerskating in Essen, February 1949. By the time of Germany's unconditional surrender in May 1945, 20% of Germany's housing stock was rubble.Some 2.25 million homes were gone. Another 2. % of all households 2019 Italy (red) Mobile broadband subscriptions Indicator: 92.5 Total Per 100 inhabitants Q2-2020 Italy Per 100 inhabitants: Total Per 100 inhabitants Q4-2010-Q2-2020 Italy (red), OECD - Total (black) Total Per 100 inhabitants Q2-2020 Italy (red), OECD - Total (black) Triadic patent families Indicator: 883.6 Total Number.
. Fair domestic market share for EU players (between 60% and 90% depending on the step in the value chain) Fair market share for EU players in RoW (between 10% and 25% depending on the step in the value chain) SOURCE: Hydrogen Roadmap Europe team 1 Business as usual scenario The EU is struggling to reduce its energy consumption and is at risk of not meeting its 2020 energy efficiency target. In 2019, while primary energy consumption (for all energy uses, including transformation into electricity or heat) dropped for the second consecutive year, final energy consumption (by end users) remained stable at its highest level since 2010. The COVID-19 pandemic is.
. Until now, fewer than five percent of all European households have air-conditioning, compared with 90 percent in the United States. But Europe's air-conditioner stock is estimated to roughly. Historically, number of households in Iceland reached an all time high of 0.139 mil in 2020 and an all time low of 0.044 mil in 1960. When compared to Iceland's main peers, number of households in Denmark amounted to 2.70 mil, 2.52 mil in Norway, 4.92 mil in Sweden and 28.9 mil in United Kingdom in 2020. Iceland has been ranked 107th within the group of 112 countries we follow in terms of.
1 Based on European figures from Eurostat 2 Based on European data from FEDIAF (62 million pet keeping households in Europe) and Eurostat (214 million households in Europe, 2013 census) 3 Kaspersky Cybersecurity Index. 6.3 Connected Devices, 2.4 People and 0.3 Pets per Home in the New Household 2.0 Era Kaspersky . Kaspersky Lab introduces next generation of its flagship home security solutions. The projections show the household numbers that would result if the assumptions based in previous demographic trends in the population and rates of household formation were to be realised in practice. Household Projections for England The number of households in England is projected to grow to 28.0 million from 22.7 million by 2039, an increase of 5.3 million (23 per cent) from 2014. This. Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) in Europe 18 APPLiA by the numbers. 1 Recovered materials may go to many manufacturing circles and not just back into producing new home appliances. The circularity of the material flows of the home appliance industry, in 2017 2,3 Mt of steel 0,1 Mt of copper 0,1 Mt of aluminium 0,6 Mt of plastics 0,4 Mt of others 3,1 Mt of steel 0,35 Mt of. all European households, rural or urban, to have access to internet connectivity offering a download speed of at least 100 Mbps, upgradable to Gigabit speed. EU financial support to broadband infrastructures 09. The European Commission estimated in 2013 that up to 250 billion euro will be required to achieve the 2020 broadband targets 11. However, the re-use of existing infrastructure and. HOUSEHOLDS Australian households have changed considerably in number, size and composition over the last 95 years (graph 7.39). During this period, the Census number of private households increased from 894,400 in 1911 to 7.6 million (occupied private dwellings) in 2006, whereas the average number of persons per household declined from 4.5 in 1911 to 2.6 in 2006
Figure 6: Total number of payments per type of payment service (millions), 2013-2017.. 25 Table 1: Total value of payments per type of payment instrument (billion EUR), 2013-2017.. 26 Figure 7: Annual percentage changes in the number of payments, 2015-2017..... 27 Figure 8: Number of cards issued by resident payment service providers (thousands), 2013-2017.....27 Figure 9: Percentage. European households' significant holdings of bank deposits and limited interest in capital market instruments emphasize the need for CMU, a key objective of which is to offer savers additional opportunities to put their money to work. EFAMA has been an early supporter of CMU and calls on the European Commission to keep the momentum going in 2019 and beyond. Ensuring the successful launch of.
The statistic presents the number of subscription video on demand (SVoD) households worldwide in 2018, as well as a forecast for 2019 and 2022 Households by Tenure, Race, and Hispanic Origin of the Householder: 1970 to 2014 [<1.0 MB] Table HH-6. Average Population Per Household and Family: 1940 to Present [<1.0 MB] Table HH-7. Households by Race and. Britain has more single parents than almost any country in Europe, and almost one in three of them are unemployed. A report has found that of the 1.8million single parent households in Britain. See the latest growth rates of loans to households and firms, as well as how quickly the money supply is increasing. Statistics data releases on monetary developments . Statistics governance and quality framework. European national central banks place great importance on producing high-quality statistics. They are committed to good governance, use high quality standards and guarantee the.
. By 2022 almost 37 million households with Gigabit-capable connections will lead Germany from 6th to 1st place in the EU comparison shows a new study on behalf of the Vodafone Institute. Two years form now Germany will have the highest number of households with access to Internet speeds of at least one gigabit per second across the EU. This is the result of the. The number of households has increased by 6% since 2007, similar to the growth in the UK population during this period. As a result, average household size has remained at 2.4 people over the decade. Table 2 shows that the most common household type in 2017 contained one family consisting of a couple with or without children. There were 15.7 million such households, an increase from 14.6.
Each dot corresponds to an estimate for one settlement in Europe, North America, Japan or Britain. 1. The share of one-person households remained fairly steady between the early modern period and through the 19th century - typically below 10%. Then growth started in the twentieth century, accelerating in the 1960s The number of these households has not changed significantly in the last 20 years. These households do not contain a couple or a parent living with their child, but typically are groups of friends or students, but can also include two siblings for example. London contained the highest proportion of two or more unrelated adult households compared to the rest of the UK in 2019, at 6.2% (206,000.
The product has been discontinued since: 25 Jan 2018. The indicator is defined as the average number of persons living in private households. Private households are either a one-person household or a multi-person household, i.e. a group of two or more persons who jointly occupy the whole part or part of a housing unit and to provide themselves with food and possibly other essentials for living With 98 percent of households having internet access at home, the Netherlands is a top performer in the European Union. Other high-ranking countries are Luxembourg and Denmark (97 percent), Sweden (95 percent) and Finland (95 perc ent).Within the EU, on average 87 percent of households had internet access, a 4 percentage point increase on 2015. That year, Luxembourg topped the list with 97 per.
A two-person household in the countryside would ideally have 75-square meters to themselves. Please see the chart below for recommendations for bigger households and households with children. Average Living Space Per Person in Japan . The MLIT also conducts a survey every five years on the actual average amount of living space a person has in Japan, broken down by prefecture and major city. The number of households in temporary accommodation has been rising since December 2011. In each quarterly report since then, the number of households in temporary accommodation has been higher than on the same date a year before. The 98,300 households in temporary accommodation in June 2020 included 127,240 children. 64% of the total (62,670 households) were placed in temporary accommodation. The number of workless households in the UK actually fell by 133,000 during the deepest economic plunge in the country's history, the Office for National Statistics claimed on Wednesday The purpose of the present study was to assess household availability of NOVA food groups in a large number of European countries and to analyse the association between national availability of ultra-processed foods and national prevalence of obesity among adults. Methods. The studied countries. The present study involved nineteen European countries for which we were able to obtain estimates.