SOCI07: Total number of pensioners efter time, age.group, reporting country och unit
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Unit
1000s and per cent
Contact
nom-nos@si-folkesundhed.dk
www.nowbase.org
Latest update
20190130 16:04:22
Creation date
10/25/2017
Source
NOSOSCO
Denmark: Statistics Denmark
Faroe Islands: Ministry of Social Affairs
Finland: Finnish Centre for Pensions and the Social Insurance Institution of Finland
Iceland: Social Insurance Administration
Norway: Directorate of Labour and Welfare
Sweden: The Swedish Pensions Agency
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Footnotes

Footnotes

Pensioners as of December the current year. Figures do not include child pensioners, partial retirement pensioners or recipients of survivor's pension. Since pensioners in all Nordic countries can be living abroad and still receive pensions,percentages can exceed 100. Rounding off to 1000s may also result in a total that is different from 100 per cent.
reporting country
Denmark
January the current year. Age group 16-39 years=18-39 years
Iceland
Age group 18-39
Norway
2015, 2016 and 2017: Statistics include old age pensjon (alderspensjon), disability pension (uføretrygd) and the Norwegian penschion scheme AFP in the private sector(AFP i privat sektor). Population is defined as ' 'persons 18 years and older.
Sweden
Agegroup 16-39 years=19-39 years. Disability pension can only be awarded up to and including the age of 64