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Greatest increase in 12 years

The growth in the number of dwellings is the highest registered since the establishment of the dwelling population bstatistics in 2006. The growth is largest in urban areas, and particularly in the municipalities of Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim.

Household payment for kindergarten up 4.9 per cent

In January 2018, the average monthly household payment for a kindergarten place was nearly NOK 2 500. In addition, the average fee for food and additional expenses charged by kindergartens was just over NOK 300.

Record fall in immigration last year

A total of 58 200 people immigrated to Norway in 2017, 8 600 fewer than the previous year. The decline is the largest ever, and is largely due to the drop in immigrants from Syria.


Women and men in Norway 2018

Statistics Norway presents similarities and differences between women and men in Norway within areas of society we can describe with statistics in Women and men in Norway.

Engelsk profileringsbilde for SSB analyse

Statistical analysis 2018/01: Quality in higher education

Which students are most satisfied with the quality of teaching?

Sixty-five per cent of students in Norway are satisfied or very satisfied with the quality of teaching, but differences are huge.

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