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  • Deaths by cause of death

    2022-08-16 | Population and social statistics

    In June, the number of registered deaths of the resident population of Lithuania amounted to 2,928. Most of them died from the circulatory diseases (1,583 deaths, 54.1 per cent), malignant tumours (602 deaths, 20.6 per cent) and  from diseases of the digestive system (162 deaths, 5.5 per cent). 

  • Employment and unemployment

    2022-08-12 | Population and social statistics

    Based on the data of the Statistical Survey on Population Employment, in II quarter 2022, the employment rate of persons aged 20–64 stood at 79.8 per cent and, against I quarter of this year, increased by 2.1 percentage points, compared to the respective period in 2001, by 2.6 percentage points.

    The unemployment rate of persons of the same age group accounted for 5.2 per cent, against I quarter 2022, decreased by 1.3 percentage points, compared to the respective period in 2021, by 2.5 percentage points.

  • Construction Input Materials and Articles Price Index forecast (eksperimental statistics)

    2022-08-12 | General statistics

    Statistics Lithuania has started publishing the Construction Input Materials and Articles Price Index forecast. In July, 2022, compared to June, the Construction Input Materials and Articles Price Index increased by 0.4 per cent. Over the year (July 2022, compared to July 2021), the Construction Input Materials and Articles Price Index increased by 24.3 per cent.

  • Demographic indicators

    2022-08-09 | Population and social statistics

    Based on provisional data, at the beginning of August 2022, 2 832.7 thousand resident population were living in Lithuania.

    In July 2022, compared to June of the same year:

    • The number of live births increased by 103 babies (5.4 per cent) and stood at 2 027;
    • The number of deaths decreased by 41 (1.4 per cent) and stood at 2 888;
    • The number of marriages increased by 847 couples (1.4 times) and stood at 2 787;
    • The number of divorces increased by 46 couples (7.8 per cent) and stood at 634;
    • The number of residents who emigrated from Lithuania increased by 359 persons (11.3 per cent) and stood at 3 537;
    • The number of persons who immigrated to Lithuania decreased by 3.3 thousand persons (1.5 times) and stood at 7 thousand*.

    In January–July 2022, 20 per cent of immigrants were the citizens of the Republic of Lithuania who came back to Lithuania.

    * War refugees from Ukraine are included in the 2022 monthly statistics.

  • Mortality

    2022-08-04 | Population and social statistics

    Last year, the number of deaths of permanent residents in Lithuania stood at 47,746 (22.9 thousand men and 24.9 thousand women). In 2021, there were 1,700.1 deaths per 100,000 population (male mortality rate stood at 1,752.9 per 100,000 men, female mortality rate – 1,654.3 per 100,000 women).

    Almost half (48.2 per cent) of deaths were caused by circulatory system diseases, 16.2 per cent – malignancies, 14.7 per cent – COVID-19, 5.1 per cent – external causes of death.

  • Minimum monthly wage

    2022-08-01 | Population and social statistics

    In August 2022 the minimum monthly wage is EUR 730, the minimum hourly pay – EUR 4.47.

  • Poverty indicators (experimental statistics)

    2022-07-29 | General statistics

    In 2022, the at–risk-of-poverty rate in our country, over the year,  increased by 1.2 percentage points and makes up 21.2 per cent.

    During the year, the level of absolute poverty has hardly changed and stands at 4 per cent. The lowest at–risk-of-poverty rate is in the municipalities of Vilnius city and Vilnius district ( 13.5 and 16.9 per cent respectively); while the highest – in Biržai and Zarasai municipalities (33.3 and 33.1 per cent respectively).

  • Fuel and energy resources

    2022-07-26 | Environmental protection and energy

    In May 2022, compared to the same period of 2021, resources of motor gasoline increased by 52.7 per cent, those of crude oil – decreased more than 5 times. Resources of electricity and road transport diesel decreased by 8.8 and 0.9 per cent respectively. In the said period, the resources of natural gas decreased by 31.1, those of liquefied petroleum gas – 1.9 per cent.