Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union. Its task is to provide the European Union with statistics that enable Europe-wide comparisons between countries and regions.
Main statistical access points by themes:
- General and regional statistics
- Economy and finance
- Population and social conditions
- Industry, trade and services
- Agriculture, forestry and fisheries
- International trade in goods
- Environment and energy
- Science, technology, digital society
Tables on EU policy:
Macroeconomic imbalance procedure indicators, Euro indicators / PEEIs , Europe 2020 indicators, Circular economy indicators, Sustainable development indicators, Employment and social policy indicators, European pillar of social rights (EPSR).
Cross cutting topics:
Quality of life, Migrant integration and children in migration, Economic globalisation indicators, Equality (age and gender), Quality of employment, Agri-environmental indicators, Climate change, Skills-related statistics.
This section provides you access to a range of statistical publications within the main themes including Eurostat Yearbook, Eurostat Regional Yearbook and Panorama of European Business.
Eurostat allows free use and re-use of data with a few specific exceptions. Among the exceptions are the Eurostat Microdata datasets. These are confidential data which contain information about individual statistical units. The current legal framework enables access to anonymised Microdata available at Eurostat only for scientific purposes.
Statistics Explained introduces European statistics. It is an official Eurostat website presenting statistical topics in an easily understandable way. Together, the articles make up an encyclopedia of European statistics for everyone, completed by a statistical glossary clarifying all terms used and by numerous links to further information and the latest data and metadata.
Eurostat Help: useful tips and brief explanation on how to find your way around the website.
Note that the working language in Eurostat is English. This means that the content in Eurostat is only available in English. However, there is an option to get a machine translation of the individual pages.
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