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Knowledge and quantification of the population and families resident in the Basque Country requires diverse statistical sources. On the one hand, ten-yearly recounts of the population and families are made through the Population and Housing Census, as well as by the Population and Housing Statistics (EPV) in inter-census periods; on the other hand, the municipal demographic information is renewed through the Municipal population update (APM) and using the administrative records of Municipal Register of Inhabitants as the main sources of information.

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58.6% of employed people in the Basque Country worked in a municipality other than the one they resided in (02/08/2019)02/08/2019
One in four people were educated at university level in the Basque Country in 2016 (11/30/2018)11/30/2018
The housing stock in the Basque Country grew at a rate of 5,848 units per year between 2011 and 2016  (10/05/2018)10/05/2018
In two out of every three municipalities in the Basque Country the unemployment rate in 2016 fell compared to 2011  (06/29/2018)06/29/2018
In 2016 28% of Basque Country residents had been born outside of the autonomous region (04/04/2018)04/04/2018
Three out of five people living in the Basque Country had some knowledge of the Basque language in 2016 (03/20/2018)03/20/2018
The Basque population decreased by more than 3,000 between the census counts of 2011 and 2016 (11/29/2017)11/29/2017
The percentage of women with more than two sons or daughters falls (06/20/2011)06/20/2011
The housing supply grew at a rate of 20,500 units per year between 2001 and 2006 (05/28/2010)05/28/2010
University graduates accounted for one in five people in the Basque Country in 2006 (04/29/2010)04/29/2010
The number of residents born abroad increased to 115,000 (03/11/2009)03/11/2009
The number of Basque speakers grows by 118,000 between 2001 and 2006 (07/23/2008)07/23/2008
The population of the A. C. of the Basque Country is disperse and the population of three out of four municipalities increased between 2001 and 2006.  (01/31/2008)01/31/2008

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