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In 2019, the expected average duration of working life for the European Union’s (EU) adult population aged 15 years and more was 35.9 years.

Source:
Eurostat, 9 June 2020

While accounting for slightly less than 6% of the world population, the EU generated 18.6% of the world GDP in 2018.

Source:
Eurostat, 2 June 2020

In April 2020, a month marked by COVID-19 containment measures in all countries, the Euro area annual inflation rate was 0.3%, down from 0.7% in March. A year earlier, the rate was 1.7%.

Source:
Eurostat, 20 Μay 2020

On Europe Day 2020, the EU institutions want to pay tribute through numerous online activities to the many Europeans who, in a spirit of solidarity, are helping the Union get through the coronaviru

Source:
Eurostat, 8 May 2020

To prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, EU Member States have taken a wide variety of restrictive measures.

Source:
Eurostat, 7 May 2020

In 2019, 5.6% of the population or around 24 million people in the European Union (EU) were severely materially deprived.

Source:
Eurostat, 29 April 2020

The social distancing measures that have recently been introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic, have forced many people to work from home; for many of them this will be the first time that they

Source:
Eurostat, 24 April 2020

Broadband has become increasingly important over recent weeks because of the COVID-19 pandemic and confinement measures introduced by European Union (EU) Member States.

Source:
Eurostat, 14 April 2020

In 2018, the number of years a person is expected to continue to live in a healthy condition in the European Union (EU) was estimated to be 64.2 years for women and 63.7 years for men.

Source:
Eurostat, 7 April 2020

On average in the EU, it is estimated that healthcare expenditure amounted to 9.9% of GDP in 2017.

Source:
Eurostat, 31 March 2020

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