Official Statistics of Finland

Households’ consumption

Producer: Statistics Finland
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Latest release:
One-half of households have a health care centre under two kilometres away
19 Apr 2018
One-half of households in Mainland Finland have a health care centre under two kilometres away from the dwelling measured along streets and roads. On average, the distance from home to a health care centre is 3.8 kilometres. The nearest pharmacy is at most 1.5 kilometres away for one-half of households. On average, the distance to a pharmacy is 3.4 kilometres. These data derive from the data of Statistics Finland's Household Budget Survey from 2016.

Next release:
2 Oct 2018

Description: Statistics Finland's Household Budget Survey produces data on changes in the consumption expenditure of households and on differences in consumption by population group. The survey also studies households’ housing conditions, possession of vehicles and income. In addition, the survey produces data on the benefit gained from the use of social services and the amounts of food bought home.
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Keywords: consumer durables, consumption, consumption expenditure, cost of living, expenditure, household budget survey, households, housing, income, living conditions, public welfare services, socio-economic group, use of money.
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Change: Updated data on households' consumption published in database tables
28 Feb 2014
Year 2012 has been added to the database tables of households' consumption statistics on 28 February 2014.

Referencing instructions:

Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Households’ consumption [e-publication].
ISSN=2323-3028. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 25.9.2018].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/ktutk/index_en.html