Quality of life in Europe: Impacts of the crisis
- 27 November 2012
ReportNumber of pages:168Reference no.:EF1264ISBN:978-92-897-1099-2Catalogue no.:TJ-31-12-928-EN-CDOI:10.2806/42471Topics:Trust; Social inclusion; Quality of life and quality of society; Pay and income; Quality of life and public services; Social policies; Subjective well-being; Gender equality; Living conditions
Executive summaryNumber of pages:2Reference no.:EF12641Catalogue info
Quality of life in Europe: Impacts of the crisis - Executive summaryAuthor(s):Eurofound
The third European Quality of Life Survey (EQLS) carried out in 2011 gives an authentic picture of living conditions and the social situation in the EU, enabling a comparison of experiences and conditions across Member States. The profound economic and social changes occurring in Europe between the second EQLS in 2007 and the third EQLS have also been reflected in the later survey, enabling Eurofound to reveal some preliminary indications of key changes in the overview report. The EQLS not only contributes to monitoring the changes in society but can also pinpoint emerging trends and concerns for the future. Read more in the report - see Related content.
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The European Quality of Life Survey (EQLS) is carried out every four to five years since its inception in 2003, with the latest edition in 2016. It examines both the objective circumstances of people's lives and how they feel about those circumstances and their lives in general. It covers issues around employment, income, education, housing, family, health and work–life balance. It also looks at subjective topics, such as people's levels of happiness and life satisfaction, and perceptions of the quality of society.
Eurofound's European Quality of Life Survey (EQLS) examines both the objective circumstances of European citizens' lives and how they feel about those circumstances and their lives in general. This series consists of outputs from the EQLS 2012, the third edition of the survey. The survey was first carried out in 2003.