After collecting data on European populations, Eurostat has developed an interactive tool allowing the comparison between the lifestyles of citizens of the European Union.
Called “You in the EU”, the tool provides a fun and simple answer to several questions that citizens may ask themselves, in particular how many women and men are the same age in a country? which country has the most young people or the most seniors? What is the employment rate of women in the different EU countries?
Eurostat, specializing in data collection and processing, provided these new statistics in an interactive way. “The tool gives you the possibility to compare various aspects of your lifestyle not only with men and women your age in your country, but also with the average of the EU and other Member States of the EU ”, we say on its website.
The tool is presented as a quiz game and is available in English, French and German. It allows comparisons to be made between different European populations according to age criteria, mainly sex. It offers three axes of comparison, “life” in relation to each country of the European Union, “living conditions”, and “work”.
According to the data, young women aged between 25 and 29 represent 5.4% of the inhabitants in France, 6.3% in Poland, 5.2% in Spain, 6.7 in Denmark, 7% in Sweden.
Regarding living conditions, the tool allows you to select several choices to know with precision the life of households (person living alone, person living alone with child, person living with a partner, person living with a partner and children, another type household, person living with parents).
The results give the possibility of knowing how many people are in the same situation in the selected country, to compare between the situation of people, the average in Europe, and also to know the highest or lowest rate in the European area.
Finally, the employment tool makes it possible to know the percentage of people employed and those who are not in relation to the age group and sex not only in the country chosen but also in the entire space of the country. European Union, which gives a clear idea of the percentage of parity, of equal opportunities in access to employment.