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That’s half a child less than in 2009.
One in five men haven’t had children of their own by the age of 50. Fewer and fewer men are becoming fathers. What’s happening to Norwegian men?
The lower employment rate is not only due to the ageing of the population or the fact that more immigrants have come to Norway, according to a new study.
Unmarried people die far earlier than those who are married. The disparity has widened significantly in the last 40 years.
The statistics are clear: Norwegians who are less well-educated die younger than individuals who have studied at university. But among immigrants to Norway, this difference is less pronounced.
Neurotic men are now more likely to be childless than other men. This wasn’t the case just a few decades ago.
Renting a flat in Oslo’s privatised real estate market is more expensive than in Stockholm and Copenhagen, where costs and rents are regulated. The two different Scandinavian systems each have their advantages and drawbacks.
The welfare state’s safety net doesn’t catch everyone. Parents’ economic status is still a factor determining who falls right through.
Who are the most eco-friendly, rural people or city people? Whatever the answer, if you are climate conscious you should stay clear of the suburbs.