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STATISTICS MALTA

Malta: EU-SILC 2022, salient Indicators

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INDICATORI_DEI_SERVIZI_A_BREVE_TERMINE_Q12023_4.pngThe European Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC) survey is an annual enquiry conducted by the National Statistics Office (NSO) among persons residing in private households in Malta and Gozo. Income statistics refer to calendar year 2021, while non-income components (such as material deprivation) refer to 2022, which is the data collection year.

The average gross household income for 2021 as derived from EU-SILC 2022, was estimated at €43,186, while the average disposable household income was estimated at €34,814 (Table 4).

In 2022, the severe material and social deprivation rate (SMSD) among persons living in households was 4.9 per cent. This figure was 0.5 percentage points lower than that estimated by EU-SILC 2021. The most influential variables were: inability of the household to pay for one week’s annual holiday away from home (33.3 per cent), inability of the household to replace worn-out furniture, and inability of the household to face unexpected financial expenses (15.4 per cent) (Table 9).

At 20.1 per cent, the at-risk-of-poverty or social exclusion rate (AROPE) decreased by 0.2 percentage points when compared to that derived from EU-SILC 2021. The AROPE reveals the share of persons who are either at-risk-of-poverty, severe materially and socially deprived, or residing in a household with low work intensity (applicable only for persons aged 0-64) (Table 1).

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