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Sunday, June 5, 2016

Germany is among the OECD countries with relatively high average household net adjusted disposable income per capita. German employees receive higher average earnings and report having more time off (i.e. time spent on leisure and personal care) than the average employee in the OECD ..

Publication  -  HOW’S LIFE IN GERMANY IN 2016? 


Germany performs well across most well-being dimensions. Germany is among the OECD countries with relatively high average household net adjusted disposable income per capita. German employees receive higher average earnings and report having more time off (i.e. time spent on leisure and personal care) than the average employee in the OECD.

 Regarding educational attainment, 86.9% of the German adult working-age population have completed at least an upper secondary education, compared with 76.4% in the OECD on average. German adults of working age were found to have numeracy and literacy scores close to the OECD average in the OECD’s first survey of adult skills. 

Germany has a relatively high level of social network support: 92.3% of Germans report having friends or relatives that they can count on in times of trouble compared to the OECD average of 88%. While 93.7% of Germans are satisfied with water quality, air quality (assessed in terms of air pollution) lies below the OECD average in Germany. 

Life expectancy in Germany (80.9 years) is close to the OECD average level, but 64.9% of the German adult population perceive their health as good or very good, lower than the OECD average of 68.9%.



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