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Table 2 Socioeconomic profile of the intervention areas

From: Interventions to reduce inequalities in health and early child development in Europe from a qualitative perspective

Indicator UK Austria Hungary Romania Year of the indicator
Percent of population aged 0–15 years 17.6 14.4 14.5 15.5 2013
Percent of employed population aged 15–64 years who are women 45.1 46.1 45.6 42.4 2013
Unemployment rate 5.1 5 10.3 7.6 2013
Percent of children aged under 18 in poverty 9.8 8.2 9.4 24.9 2010
Percent of children aged 0–5 years living in overcrowded conditions 29 44 80 71.3a 2010
Public spending on family services as a percentage of GDP 1.38 0.57 1.16 2.2 2009
Percent of children aged 0–3 years not in formal child care 73 87 92 85 2012
  1. Notes
  2. aFor Romania, the indicator is percent of children aged under 18 years living in overcrowded conditions
  3. Sources: International Labour Organization [35], Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development [36] and the European Commission [37]