Atlases of social inequalities

Atlases of inequalities allow visualization of the difference between a target value and the value in a region or group of regions. The target value is the population weighted average of the most advantaged quintile of the population with available data and is considered as an achievable goal. Differences between the target and the individual region are visualized as absolute differences (area target differences) and as relative differences (area target ratios).

Amenable mortality atlases, by socio economic variable

Income of households - Disposable income, net (uses) - Purchasing power standard based on final consumption per inhabitant

Percentage of population by highest level of education attained - Pre-primary, primary and lower secondary education - levels 0-2 (ISCED 1997) - Both sexes - Between 25 and 64 years

Percentage of population by highest level of education attained - Tertiary education - levels 5-6 (ISCED 1997)
- Both sexes - Between 25 and 64 years

Unemployment rates by sex and age - 25 years and over - Both sexes

Long-term unemployment (12 months and more) - Long-term unemployment rate (on total unemployment)

Infant mortality rate

Child health atlases, by socio economic variable

Income of households - Disposable income, net (uses) - Purchasing power standard based on final consumption per inhabitant

Percentage of population by highest level of education attained - Pre-primary, primary and lower secondary education - levels 0-2 (ISCED 1997) - Both sexes - Between 25 and 64 years

Percentage of population by highest level of education attained - Tertiary education - levels 5-6 (ISCED 1997) - Both sexes - Between 25 and 64 years

Unemployment rates by sex and age - 25 years and over - Both sexes

Long-term unemployment (12 months and more) - Long-term unemployment rate (on total unemployment)

Infant mortality rate