Development plan

The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development

Welfare
What kind of a country would we like to live in? 
A country where people are valued and invested in. A country where people feel confident about the future. A country where people are not excluded and where working life and income do not depend on a person’s sex, origin or age, but on skills and knowledge and who we are as people. A country that is family-friendly. A country where people want to raise children and where children feel safe and happy.
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Absolute poverty rate
2022: 3.5%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
At-risk-of-poverty or social exclusion rate
2021: 25.2%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Household saving rate
2022: 0.2%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Persistent at-risk-of-poverty rate
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Gender pay gap
2022: 17.7%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Female managers
2022: 40.2%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Gender Equality Index
2023: 60.2 points
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Water quality in public water supply
2022: 98.3%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Long-term unemployment rate
2022: 1.5%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Annual income per household member
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Income inequality
2022: 5.4%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Satisfaction with the living environment
2022: 73.5
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Population with a high burden of care
2022: 2.5%
Development plan

The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development

Welfare
What kind of a country would we like to live in? 
A country where people are valued and invested in. A country where people feel confident about the future. A country where people are not excluded and where working life and income do not depend on a person’s sex, origin or age, but on skills and knowledge and who we are as people. A country that is family-friendly. A country where people want to raise children and where children feel safe and happy.
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Absolute poverty rate
2022: 3.5%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
At-risk-of-poverty or social exclusion rate
2021: 25.2%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Household saving rate
2022: 0.2%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Persistent at-risk-of-poverty rate
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Gender pay gap
2022: 17.7%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Female managers
2022: 40.2%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Gender Equality Index
2023: 60.2 points
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Water quality in public water supply
2022: 98.3%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Long-term unemployment rate
2022: 1.5%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Annual income per household member
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Income inequality
2022: 5.4%
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Satisfaction with the living environment
2022: 73.5
The Estonian National Strategy on Sustainable Development
Population with a high burden of care
2022: 2.5%