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Families in the economic crisis


This report is part of the 3rd European Quality of Life Survey and it describes the changing quality of life across the EU for different types of families with children and compares their living standards and social situation. Families are divided into two main groups: lone-parent families, working or not, and living alone or with relatives; couples with children, both dual and single earners, and again, living as a family unit or with other relatives.

[Eurofound, march 2014.]


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