The Population and Housing Census will show the number of inhabitants with two mother tongues and two nationalities
Researchers and officials have a special interest to find out through the census how many people living in Estonia have two nationalities and speak two mother tongues. Although information on nationality and mother tongue is also available in the population register, it is the first time that it is possible to choose two options in the census questionnaire.
During the data literacy week, which begins on 27 March, Statistics Estonia invites all young people or anyone else who is interested to improve their data literacy. The main event of this week is Küsimus24, a 24-hour question marathon organised for the first time, during which anyone can submit a question to Statistics Estonia.
This week, a high-level delegation from the Statistics Centre – Abu Dhabi (SCAD) in the United Arab Emirates is visiting Estonia and Statistics Estonia. The purpose of the visit is to further strengthen the collaboration in the field of statistics to develop and improve activities related to data-based policy making intended to fulfill the national strategic goals.
Kadi Kilgi (2022) Master’s thesis “ Predicting Hospitalization Risk Among Patients With Chronic Diseases ” defended at the University of Tartu. Diana Sokurova (2020) Master’s thesis “Reducing the Reporting Burden on Health Professionals by Rolling and Two Occasions Designs” defended at the University of Tartu. Papuna Gogoladze (2019) Master’s thesis „Gender Income Gap over Life-cycle: Cross-country Analysis“ defended at the University of Tartu. Sven Erik Ojavee (2018) Master’s thesis "Estimating Ancestry Using Genome Data: The Analysis of Estonian Genome Center Data" completed at Tartu
What are the median wages for different occupations in the various counties of Estonia? How much do earnings of men and women differ? What do the wage and pension projections suggest?
This year’s recipient of the Albert Pullerits young statistician’s prize awarded by Statistics Estonia is Tuuli Jürgenson for her Master’s thesis “Combining Retrospective and Prospective Data for Genome-wide Association Studies”.
Mart Mägi has served as Director General of Statistics Estonia since April 2017. His last day in office will be 7 May. As of 10 May, Mägi will assume the position of Chairman of the Board of AS Eesti Post.