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Many South-East European students enroll in foreign universities, but for most of them leaving the region remains only a dream
Weekend work is daily business for 29 percent of Europeans aged 20 to 34.
To deal with the lack of job opportunities, many young Europeans are considering emigration as a real possibility. And the more qualified they are, the more they are willing to leave.
There is no automatic assimilation of immigrants and their descendants into the same patterns of employment as natives, Eurofound researchers argue.
In several European countries tough abortion laws are not necessary, as the lack of available gynecologists makes it almost impossible for women to access abortion.
The suicide rate in Balkan prisons is low compared to the rest of Europe, in part because of the different composition of the prison population.
The unemployment rate as it is usually calculated provides an incomplete picture of the labour market situation and makes comparison between individual countries difficult. For a more accurate picture, the non-employment rate needs to be taken into account.
Eurofound, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, has published its annual report on Quality of Life.
A rich and diverse set of data providing a broad perspective on changing living conditions in Europe and elsewhere
If you have a foreign name and you are looking for an apartment, you will significantly less likely to be contacted by landlords than a German applicant.