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12085: Social deprivation, by age and education level 2017 - 2020

Mari Lande With, Statistics Norway
+47 409 02 393
Mathias Killengreen Revold, Statistics Norway
+47 91 35 71 66
2022-04-28 08:00
Percentage persons 16 years and older:
per cent
Persons in 1000:
1000 persons
Percentage persons 16 years and older:
Data collection between January and June
Persons in 1000:
Data collection between January and June
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Mandatory

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level of education

Respondents with missing information on education level in the administrative registers were asked in the interviews, starting in 2021. These were previously categorised as having 'Basic school level'.

Social deprivation

Cannot afford one-week annual holiday

Prior to 2021 the question was only given to persons who found it difficult to make ends meet.