The culture and meaning of work have changed significantly over time. In addition to earning an income to cover basic needs, people expect self-growth and self-realisation opportunities from their jobs. Work life quality at the society level means healthy and skilled jobs for as many people as possible in order to ensure high employment and productivity. Employers hope to find people with suitable skills from the labour market. Employees wish to work secure, safe and interesting jobs, which are also flexible enough to allow contributing to the society outside the job and enjoying fulfilling
There is not much time left until the beginning of the big Population and Housing e Census. What makes this census special is that Statistics Estonia is organising it mainly with data obtained from registers. What else should you know about the upcoming census?
In the Population and Housing Census, which starts at the end of the year, among else, people will be able to give an assessment of their health. Health questions in the same wording were also included in the census ten years ago, which is why the results will provide an overview of Estonian people’s health and how it has changed in a decade.
Besides Estonians, people of other cultural and language backgrounds live in Estonia. Integration should ensure that everybody has a good life in Estonia, irrespective of nationality or mother tongue. It should be possible for people whose roots are not in Estonia to live, work, study and participate in local life. Each person can help to make Estonia a great place to live. It is necessary to accept all social groups and respect one another. Integration statistics provide information on people with other than Estonian as their home language, with other citizenships and origins, in particular