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Quality of life
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Quality of life indicators
- income, consumption, material deprivation, swelling conditions, work conditions, occupational safety, life expectancy, health conditions, education, economic and individual safety
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Publications and press releases
Just like in other European countries, demographic burden in Latvia is rising, therefore successful youth integration into the labour market becomes increasingly significant. This informative leaflet is aimed at characterising Latvian youth (aged 18–24) with the help of demographic, education, labour status, and health status indicators as well as statistics for other current issues.
Share of population feeling lonely and socially excluded increases with age
In 2018 shows that 17 % of the population aged 75 and over mentioned that during the last month have felt lonely all or most of the time, while such an assessment among younger people (aged 25–34) was given ten times less frequently (by 1.6 %).
Last year, 15 % of population in Latvia had high overall life satisfaction rating
In 2018 show that 15.3 % of Latvia population aged 16 and over gave high rating to the overall life satisfaction, 58.3 % gave average rating and 26.4 % gave low rating.