Greece - Children aged 0-17 living in jobless households was 4.90% in December of 2022, according to the EUROSTAT. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Greece - Children aged 0-17 living in jobless households - last updated from the EUROSTAT on February of 2024. Historically, Greece - Children aged 0-17 living in jobless households reached a record high of 13.30% in December of 2013 and a record low of 4.90% in December of 2022.


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Children Aged 0-17 Living In Jobless Households
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Romania 12.00 12.30 % Dec 2022
Belgium 11.40 10.80 % Dec 2022
Ireland 10.40 9.00 % Dec 2022
France 9.80 11.00 % Dec 2022
Italy 9.50 10.70 % Dec 2022
Bulgaria 9.10 9.40 % Dec 2022
Latvia 9.00 9.00 % Dec 2022
Germany 8.70 9.20 % Dec 2022
Lithuania 7.90 7.60 % Dec 2022
Estonia 6.80 7.80 % Dec 2022
Poland 6.10 5.70 % Dec 2022
Austria 5.60 6.80 % Dec 2022
Czech Republic 5.50 5.30 % Dec 2022
Cyprus 5.50 5.60 % Dec 2022
Finland 5.00 6.10 % Dec 2022
Croatia 4.40 4.20 % Dec 2022
Luxembourg 4.20 4.70 % Dec 2022
Portugal 4.10 3.50 % Dec 2022
Greece | EUROSTAT Indicators