Appendix III: Eurostat Data Sources All data used in the report are from Eurostat (http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/main/home). The data on people with disabilities is from the estimates developed from the 2011 European Health and Social Integration Survey (EHSIS) and was reported in 2012. General macroeconomic data is from 2013 whenever possible. Missing data, additional estimations, and other specific considerations are noted in the footnotes associated with the specific data items used. Estimates for Croatia generally are not included as it was not an EU member state during the EHSIS survey period. Estonia, and frequently Ireland, are also usually lacking data. The specific data used in this report is as follows :
Employment Estimates lfsa_pganws Population by sex, age, citizenship and labour status (1 000) hlth_dpeh010 Population by sex, age, disability status and labour status hlth_dsi010 People with disabilities by sex, age and severity of disability hlth_dsi015 People with disabilities by sex, severity of disability and labour status ilc_di03 Mean and median income by age and sex (source: SILC)
Income Distribution Estimates hlth_dsi030 People with disabilities by sex, severity of disability and income quintile hlth_dpeh030 Population by sex, age, disability status and income quintile ilc_di01 Distribution of income by quantiles (source: SILC)
Educational Attainment Estimates ilc_di08 Mean and median income by educational attainment level (source: SILC) lfsa_pgaed Population by sex, age and participation in education and training (last 4 weeks) (1 000) hlth_dsi020 People with disabilities by sex, severity of disability and educational attainment level
General Retail/Services sbs_na_1a_se Annual detailed enterprise statistics on services (NACE Rev. 1.1 H-K) sbs_na_dt_r2 Annual detailed enterprise statistics for trade (NACE Rev. 2 G)
ICT and Related Sales/Services sbs_na_1a_se Annual detailed enterprise statistics on services (NACE Rev. 1.1 H-K) sbs_na_ind_r2 Annual detailed enterprise statistics for industry (NACE Rev. 2, B-E)
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