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The OECD has just published a new report on the level of social expenditure.
Since 2007, spending on social programs within the EU has shown large contrasts, particularly between East and West. Repercussions of the 2008 crisis are clearly visible, as are policy changes in some countries.
Looking at life expectancy in European countries combined with retirement age, we see stark differences: Austrian women and Maltese men enjoy the longest retirement, while in Bulgaria this period is almost 10 years shorter for both women and men.
A growing number of EU nationals working in the National Health Service are leaving England as a consequence of the referendum on British membership in the EU.
Every two years, the OECD publishes a very thorough report on pension schemes in OECD and G20 countries.
Data on the programmes supported by the European Structural Investment Funds and their implementation
Crèche or grandparents? Forms of daycare vary between countries, with major implications for equality.
A large majority of European countries has improved poverty prevention and access to labor markets