More than half of the Luxembourg residents aged 50+ are doing a physical activity of vigorous-intensity
Physical activity includes various practices such as walking, cycling, sports, and active forms of leisure, as well as occupational and household activities that require physical effort.
8% of children are suffering from child-specific deprivation in Luxembourg
To monitor progress in the fight against poverty and social exclusion, LISER proposed to use at the European level an indicator taking into account accurate living conditions of the children (in comparison with the usual indicators measuring the living conditions of the household or of their parents).
Housing affordability ratio: increase in the level according to family composition
The housing affordability ratio of households is an indicator of the ability to access and remain in housing. It measures the ratio between the cost of housing (rent charges or loan repayments as well as the normal household costs such as electricity or water, etc.) and a household’s disposable income (excluding housing aids - EUROSTAT definition). This indicator is about the evolution (2016-2019) of the affordability ratio for resident households according to family composition.