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In 2022, the usual working week for people aged 20-64 in the EU averaged 37.5 hours.

Source:
Eurostat, 20 September 2023

In the first quarter of 2023, industrial producer prices fell by 2.2% compared with the last quarter of 2022.

Source:
Eurostat, 18 July 2023

After a decline in population in 2020 and 2021 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the EU’s population increased in 2022, from 446.7 million on 1 January 2022 to 448.4 persons on 1 January

Source:
Eurostat, 11 July 2023

In the first quarter of 2023, among people aged 15-64 who were not in education, slightly more than 8 in 10 were in the labour force (81.8%).

Source:
Eurostat, 5 July 2023

In 2022, nearly 30% of employed people in the EU aged 15-74 reported using digital devices for the entirety or most of their working time.

Source:
Eurostat, 27 June 2023

In 2022, 24 million people worked under a temporary contract in the EU (12% of total employed people aged 15-64).

Source:
Eurostat, 17 May 2023

In 2022, the value of trade (imports plus exports) of agricultural products between the EU and the rest of the world reached €424.7 billion, €77.5 billion more than in 2021 (€347.2 billion).

Source:
Eurostat, 3 May 2023

In 2022, 75% (193.5 million) of the EU's 20-64-year-olds were employed, the highest share recorded since the start of the time series in 2009.

Source:
Eurostat, 27 April 2023

In 2022, the average hourly wages and salaries in the whole economy were estimated to be €22.9 in the EU and €25.5 in the euro area.

Source:
Eurostat, 20 April 2023

In the fourth quarter of 2022, rents and house prices in the EU increased compared with the same period in 2021, with a 2.5% rise in rents and a 3.6% increase in house prices.

Source:
Eurostat, 4 April 2023

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