Portugal - Formal child care: Between 3 years and compulsory school age - childcare from 1 to 29 hours weekly was 5.30% in December of 2020, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Portugal - Formal child care: Between 3 years and compulsory school age - childcare from 1 to 29 hours weekly reached a record high of 11.00% in December of 2010 and a record low of 3.40% in December of 2019. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Portugal - Formal child care: Between 3 years and compulsory school age - childcare from 1 to 29 hours weekly - last updated from the EUROSTAT on November of 2021.

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 portugal formal child care between 3 years compulsory school age childcare from 1 to 29 hours weekly eurostat data
Formal Child Care: Between 3 Years And Compulsory School Age - Childcare From 1 To 29 Hours Weekly
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Austria 62.90 63.20 % Dec 2020
Spain 57.70 50.20 % Dec 2020
Romania 48.40 63.30 % Dec 2020
Greece 45.20 49.00 % Dec 2020
Cyprus 34.10 36.70 % Dec 2020
Czech Republic 28.60 27.00 % Dec 2020
Malta 28.10 19.10 % Dec 2020
Sweden 27.60 23.90 % Dec 2020
Finland 21.50 20.40 % Dec 2020
Hungary 11.60 7.60 % Dec 2020
Slovakia 10.10 14.70 % Dec 2020
Croatia 6.90 9.50 % Dec 2020
Lithuania 6.00 9.00 % Dec 2020
Portugal 5.30 3.40 % Dec 2020
Latvia 1.80 7.80 % Dec 2020
Portugal | Education
Adult participation in learning
Adult participation in learning: Females
Adult participation in learning: Males
At least upper secondary educational attainment, age group 20-24
At least upper secondary educational attainment, age group 20-24: Females
At least upper secondary educational attainment, age group 20-24: Males
At least upper secondary educational attainment, age group 25-64
At least upper secondary educational attainment, age group 25-64: Females
At least upper secondary educational attainment, age group 25-64: Males
At most lower secondary educational attainment: From 25 to 34 years
At most lower secondary educational attainment: From 25 to 64 years
At most lower secondary educational attainment: From 35 to 44 years
At most lower secondary educational attainment: From 45 to 54 years
At most lower secondary educational attainment: From 55 to 64 years
Children aged less than 3 years in formal childcare
Early leavers from education and training
Early leavers from education and training: Females
Early leavers from education and training: Males
Employment rates of recent graduates
Employment rates of recent graduates: Females
Employment rates of recent graduates: Males
Formal child care: Between 3 years and compulsory school age - childcare 30 hours or more weekly
Formal child care: Between 3 years and compulsory school age - childcare from 1 to 29 hours weekly
Formal child care: Between 3 years and compulsory school age - no formal childcare
Formal child care: Less than 3 years - childcare 30 hours or more weekly
Formal child care: Less than 3 years - childcare from 1 to 29 hours weekly
Formal child care: Less than 3 years - no formal childcare
Tertiary educational attainment
Tertiary educational attainment: Females
Tertiary educational attainment: Males
Young people neither in employment nor in education and training (15-24 years)
Portugal | EUROSTAT Indicators