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07746: Need for care and unmet need for health services, by sex and education level (per cent) 2002 - 2019

Jorun Ramm, Statistics Norway
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2020-06-25 08:00
Need for care and recieved help:
per cent or number
Need for care and recieved help:
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Households with persons in need of help or care , In need of help (shopping, cleaning) (-2015) , In need of help (shopping, cleaning). Persons 67 years and older ,

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type of care

Households with persons in need of help or care

People that are living alone and in need of help and people in households with more than one person that say that there are persons in need of care or that need help to manage everyday tasks due to illness, impairment, injury or old age.

level of education

Upper secondary education

Upper secondary education includes intermediate level courses based on completed upper secondary level, but which are not accredited as tertiary education.