The European Statistical Office has published new information on the participation of young people living together with their parents. – In the case of Poland, this indicator has improved somewhat – noted Prajsnar.
The share of Poland that lived with their parents in 2017 was 44.7 percent. the entire population of people between 25-34 years. In 2016 this indicator was 45.5 percent and in 2015 – 45.7.
Data from Eurostat show that the lowest participation rate of young Polish residents who still live with their parents has been reached in 2005 (36.4 percent) in 2005. In the following years it increased regularly, the highest jump (since 2005) was recorded in 2011 – by almost 4%, to 44.4%.
– The general position of our country against the background of other EU countries is not very optimistic in this case. It is worth emphasizing that, in the light of Eurostat data, Poland is in 24th place in the 30 countries compared. A larger proportion of the 25-34 age group living with their parents was characterized by only the following countries: Portugal, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece, Slovakia and Croatia – the expert said.
As recalled by Prajsnar, Eurostat has estimated the proportion of young inhabitants of individual countries of the Old Continent who still live with their parents for some time. – The most interesting is the category of people between 25 and 34 years old. In the case of these young people there is a considerable risk that they will no longer leave their families – the expert said.
According to Statistics Netherlands, construction of 154 thousand units started from January to August 2018. 495 apartments, i.e. by 7.4 percent. more than in the same period last year. According to preliminary data, 114 thousand were in use at that time. 802 flats, i.e. by 4.3 percent. more than a year ago.
Developers put in 68 thousand. 495 apartments, individual investors 43 thous. 531 homes (respectively by 8.1% and 0.2% more than from January to August last year). As a part of these construction forms a total of 97.6 percent was built. total number of homes completed in the eight months of 2018, of which developers built up 59.7 percent, and individual investors 37.9 percent. apartments.