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According to the latest population projections issued by Eurostat, the EU’s population will decrease by 6% between 1 January 2022 and 1 January 2100, equivalent to 27.3 million fewer people.

Source:
Eurostat, 30 March 2023

In 2021, 77% of women aged 25-54 without children were employed in the EU. On the other hand, women of this age with children had a lower employment rate (72%; -5 percentage points).

Source:
Eurostat, 2 March 2023

In 2021, there were 3.0 million unemployed young people (aged 15-24 years) in the EU and the youth unemployment rate was 16.6%.

Source:
Eurostat, 13 February 2023

Energy for heating and cooling represents almost 50% of the EU’s total gross final energy consumption.

Source:
Eurostat, 3 February 2023

Ηousehold consumption expenditure in the EU increased In 2021 by 4.2% compared with 2020, but is still 4.1% lower than in 2019.

Source:
Eurostat, 20 January 2023

Rents and house prices in the EU continued to increase in the third quarter of 2022, going up by 2.1% and 7.4%, respectively, compared with the third quarter of 2021. 

Source:
Eurostat, 10 January 2023

In September 2022, 89 590 first-time asylum applicants (non-EU citizens) applied for international protection in the EU Member States, 11 995 more people than in the previous month, an increase of

Source:
Eurostat, 22 December 2022

Between the second and the third quarter of 2022, 3.1 million unemployed people in the EU (23.4% of all unemployed in the second quarter of 2022) found a job.

Source:
Eurostat, 21 December 2022

As a probable reflection of the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on people’s lives, data on overall life satisfaction in the

Source:
Eurostat, 14 December 2022

In 2020, the average hourly labour cost in the EU was €28.9.

Source:
Eurostat, 8 December 2022

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