November 25, 2017

Some 49 % of Romanian children aged less than 18 at risk of poverty or social exclusion in 2011 – Eurostat

A Eurostat report reads that on the risk of poverty or social exclusion, children are at greater risk than the rest of the population. In 2011, the highest shares of those aged less than 18 who were at risk of  poverty or social exclusion were registered in Bulgaria (52 %), followed by Romania (49 %) and Latvia (44 %). The report says that 27 % of children aged less than 18 were at risk of poverty or social exclusion in the EU27, compared with 24 % of adults (aged 18-64) and 21 % of the elderly (aged 65 and over). The report takes into consideration several factors affecting child poverty, such as the composition of the household in which the children live and the labor market situation of their parents. Almost one child in two with parents of low education level is at risk of poverty in the EU27. The statistics has also shown that the share of children at risk of poverty who lived with native born parents was lowest in Denmark and Austria (both 8%) and highest in Romania (33 %).

Source: Business-Review (read more)

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