Luxembourg - Report on socio-economic inequalities - August 31, 2017

A Statec report presenting a detailed analysis, reveals significant social and economic inequalities across the country. The percentage of people living on the social minimum wage varies between 0.5 per cent and 8.5 per cent (the national average is 3.6%). While a higher amount of people receives the social minimum wage in the north of Luxembourg as opposed to the southern region, a number of communes are an exception, scoring relatively high, including Luxembourg City, the communes along the German border, as well as certain communes in the cantons of Echternach, Mersch and Redange.

English: https://www.wort.lu/en/luxembourg/index-statec-report …   

The report (in French): http://www.statistiques.public.lu/catalogue-publications …    

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