Labour Market Resilience in Europe
INSPIRES labour market indicator – Represented by the unemployment rate. Unemployed persons are defined as all persons who were not employed during the reference week, had actively sought work during the past four weeks and were ready to begin working immediately or within two weeks according to the Eurostat.
INSPIRES poverty and social exclusion indicator – Represented by the AROPE (At risk of poverty and social exclusion), provided by the European Union Statistics on Income and living conditions (EU-SILC). This indicator contains three sub-indicators : poverty risk rate, severe deprivation, low labour intensity.
Youth – between age of 15 and 24
Older persons – between age of 55 and 64
Migrants – foreign citizens with citizenship of a non-member country
Residual scores 2007 - Residual score reflects the difference between the observed (actual) and predicted values, based on estimated regression equations for 2007
Residual scores 2010 - Residual score reflects the difference between the observed (actual) and predicted values, based on estimated regression equation for 2010
Changes in residual scores (2007- 2010) - The change is based on the difference between the residual scores. The difference has been calculated by subtracting the value of the residual score for 2007 from the value for 2010
Change in actual values (2007-2010) - The change is based on the difference in actual values. The difference has been calculated by subtracting the actual value of the dependent variable for 2007 from the value for 2010