Key indicator

Quality of life indicators

Theme 1. Material living conditions

1.1. Income

Average equivalised disposable monthly income

Share of people at risk of poverty

1.2. Consumption

Monthly consumption expenditure per a household member

Expenditure for food as percent of total consumption expenditure

Expenditure for recreation and culture as percent of total consumption expenditure

1.3. Material deprivation

Material deprivation rate

Severe material deprivation

Share of population who could not afford:

To cover unexpected expenditure

A meal with meat, chicken or fish every second day

To pay utility bills, mortgage repayment or loan paymentson time due to financial difficulties

1.4. Dwelling conditions

Share of population who indicated the following unsatisfactory dwelling conditions:

Leaking roof, damp walls, floors, foundation, or rot in window frames or floor

No bath or shower

Theme 2. Productive activities and work

2.1. Work conditions

Unemployment rate

Share of long-term unemployed persons

Part-time workers who would like to work more hours

Atypical working hours – employed by type of atypical work (shift work, work in evenings, at night, on Saturdays, Sundays)

Low intensity worker poverty risk index

2.2. Occupational safety

Number of accidents at work

Number of lethal accidents at work

Theme 3. Health

3.1. Life expectancy, mortality

Life expectancy at birth

Infant deaths

Number of infant deaths per 1000 live births

Deaths by age

3.2. Health conditions

Self-perceived health status for persons aged 16 or over as good or very good

Self-perceived health status for persons aged 16 or over as bad or very bad

Persons aged 16 or over who have indicated chronic or long-standing illness condition

Persons aged 16 or over who have indicated health problems that have limited their home, work and leisure activities for at least 6 months

Share of persons who within the last 12 months did not have medical examination (except dentist) or treatment at health care provider due to lack of money, where there was such a need (in percent)

Theme 4. Education

Level of education (basic education, secondary education, higher education)

Early leavers from education and training aged 18-24

Share of persons aged 25-64 who learn or attend training for four weeks per the total number of population of the respective age group

Theme 5. Economic and individual safety

Share of persons suffering from economic strain

Temporary work – employees on a fixed-term employment contract

Number of suicides per 10000 population

Number of recorded crimes per 10000 population

Road traffic accidents with injuries

Number of road traffic accident deaths per 10000 population

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