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Table 1 Sample size

From: Gender unemployment gaps in the EU: blame the family

Country 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Austria 25,217 24,770 23,539 19,338 21,933 21,526 21,848
Belgium 10,333 11,770 11,549 12,289 12,172 12,148 11,637
Czech Republic 24,919 26,254 25,678 26,265 25,929 25,915 25,639
Estonia 2097 1979 1942 1823 1777 2035 2405
Finland 17,410 17,217 16,670 16,032 15,628 14,967 14,739
France 74,362 72,526 35,522 35,340 34,866 33,239 34,812
Germany   138,646 139,676 137,609 71,044 6747 4175
Greece 32,404 31,049 29,244 33,202 32,243 30,954 29,745
Hungary 34,500 34,003 36,993 34,517 32,109 31,727 31,333
Ireland 42,766 43,372 41,651 35,395 37,441 35,381 34,905
Italy 84,716 83,354 81,599 71,373 72,972 70,056 68,244
Latvia 7535 2461 2445 2504 2310 1918 3565
Lithuania 3899 5404 5043 5085 4991 4566 7148
Luxembourg 6439 5715 7089 9194 9765 9373 2206
Netherlands 44,642 47,773 46,826 54,695 55,073 56,644 51,300
Poland 24,195 24,421 24,464 24,075 23,066 22,208 21,023
Portugal 17,528 17,507 18,265 20,772 19,386 17,825 16,903
Slovakia 12,867 12,190 12,274 12,058 12,122 11,897 11,409
Slovenia 8976 9074 9255 8658 8139 7830 7642
Spain 72,175 72,307 73,771 74,186 65,892 69,103 71,495
United Kingdom 56,294 56,168 53,074 50,490 49,589 48,318 47,712
  1. Note: EU LFS, prime age individuals (25–54 year olds), conscripts excluded