The Foundation continues its initiative to monitor and report on living conditions and quality of life in Europe.
28-country 'Quality of life in Europe' survey The European quality of life survey (EQLS) that was carried out in 2003 covered 28 countries and involved interviewing 26,000 people. The survey examined a range of issues, such as employment, income, education, housing, family, health, work-life balance, life satisfaction and perceived quality of society.
Survey results The main findings have been published in a series of analytical reports, providing a unique insight into the quality of life in 28 European countries.
- Analytical report: Families, work and social networks PDF
- Analytical report: Income inequalities and deprivation PDF
- Analytical report: Key findings from a policy perspective PDF
- Analytical report: Life satisfaction, happiness and sense of belonging PDF
- Analytical report: Participation in civil society PDF
- Analytical report: Quality of life in Bulgaria and Romania PDF
- Analytical report: Quality of life in Croatia PDF
- Analytical report: Quality of life in Turkey PDF
- Analytical report: Quality of work and life satisfaction PDF
- Analytical report: Social dimensions of housing PDF
- Analytical report: Time use and work–life options over the life course PDF
- Analytical report: Urban–rural differences PDF
- Descriptive report: Quality of life in Europe PDF
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- Geographical Coverage
- Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Belgium, Austria, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Germany, Czechia, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, United Kingdom, France, Hungary, Greece, Italy, Ireland, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Malta, Latvia
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