By EPRS Admin / February 18, 2014 Graphics on Culture and education Here you’ll find graphs, charts, tables and maps with statistics on culture and education. Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail Here you’ll find graphs, charts, tables and maps with statistics on culture and education. To see graphics for other policy areas, go to the Graphics Warehouse. Graphics on Culture and education How the audience and MEPs choose the winner LUX Prize in a nutshell RMLs as state and non-state languages in numbers Populations of speakers of state languages and major RMLs in the EU Coverage with machine translation and speech and text resources for European languages Languages used on the internet by share of internet users in 2013 and 2020 Position of European machine translation market vs North America and Asia LT coverage of European languages Regional and minority languages in the EU Use of the internet for purposes related to cultural heritage (%) Internet use as a factor in accessing cultural heritage sites Online purchases of online cultural services as a percentage of individuals who used the internet within the previous year Digital skills (%) Basic and above-basic digital skills by sex and age (%) Use of computers or phones to access the internet by sex and age group (%) Use of the internet on a mobile phone or smart phone by age group (%) Household access to the internet by revenue (%) Use of the internet on a desktop computer by age group (%) Household internet access by location (%) Households’ expenditure on cultural goods and services by consumption purpose (in purchasing power standard) Adults in EU households with young children by working pattern of the adults, 2019 Key data on health workers People living in overcrowded households Impact of Covid-19: Closure of early childhood settings Impact of Covid-19: Closure of higher education institutions Impact of Covid-19: Closure of schools (ISCED 1-3) Self-employed in cultural employment and total employment, in % Cultural employment as % of total Value-added by Member States’ cultural enterprises, as % of total EU cultural enterprises’ value added Cultural enterprises in Member States, as % of total EU cultural enterprises Share of cultural enterprises in all non-financial EU enterprises, 2016, in % Cinema sites and cinema screens in the EU-27, 2018 Future Capitals of Culture, 2020-2033 Operational budgets European Capitals of Culture, 2007-2017, € million The pyramid structure of sport Share of obese people in the EU (%) (Percentage of population, 2014) Available beds in hospitals (Per 100 000 inhabitants, 2016) Household out-of-pocket expenditure on healthcare (Euro per capita, 2016) Government expenditure on health (Percentage of GDP, 2017) NEET (Percentage of population 15-24 years, 2017) Youth employment – Tertiary education level (Percentage of population 20-29 years, 2016) Pupils and students enrolled by education level (2016) Government expenditure in education (Percentage of GDP, 2017) Positions of women in fiction film projects receiving Eurimages funding, 2014-2015 Average percentage of films directed by women in the EU, 2012-2016 Gender share of overall festival participation and awards Types of policies pursued in the EU Proportion of fiction films with a woman in a key role, with or without funding from the Swedish Film Institute, 2000-2016 Students able to read and write in a foreign language (first language = mother tongue), % Endangered languages in the EU Global language endangerment Degrees of language endangerment Most commonly used languages in the EU in % Estimated % of EU population speaking a foreign language All languages spoken in the EU should be treated equally The role of translation in certain areas of life Population of EU most/least spoken official languages as mother tongues, in millions Top 10 media groups worldwide (€ billions, 2015) How to spot when news is fake Table 1 – Associations with ‘culture’: EU average and highest results by country Share of ERASMUS+ funding per education sector Erasmus+ as share of sub-heading 1a: Competitiveness for growth and jobs Estimated Roma population and Roma speakers in some EU Member States Unemployment rate by level of educational attainment (ISCED levels), 2014 (%) Evolution of organised voluntary activities, February 2011 – December 2014 VAT levied on e-books globally, 2015 Share of the six leading EU markets in book publishing, 2007 Film production estimated market shares, 2015 EU Aid Volunteers in figures Demographic change 2000-2010, EU27 population aged 15-29 2015 – A record year for European cinema World-leading publishing companies by turnover (2010, million euros) The six largest book markets globally ERASMUS+ programme Languages of the world E-book markets in the EU-5, 2008-2014 (billion euros) Status of languages in the EU Unemployment rate 2014-2015, EU28 population aged under 25 (annual average) Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail Categories: PUBLICATIONS, Structural and Cohesion Policies Tags: Graphics warehouse EPRS Admin European Parliamentary Research Service Related Articles European Day of Languages: Multilingualism as a cornerstone of better communication General product safety regulation [EU Legislation in Progress] Remaining active in 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