The sociodemographic development of Germany after reunification: - Population development - Employees subject to social insurance - Unemployment rate

The sociodemographic development of Germany after reunification: - Population development - Employees subject to social insurance - Unemployment rate

‘The second map really blew my mind. The East lost between 16% and 40% of its (basically) full-time employees between 1990-96. That’s quite insane’–CeterumCenseo85

Number of People per Library

Number of People per Library

‘This doesn’t show on the map, but for example in Slovakia (pop. 5,4 mil.), total number of libraries (from the source) is 7,533 of which 1,916 are public libraries (25,4%) and 5,483 are school libraries (72,7%). Compare it to France (pop. 66 mil.) which has apparently only 780 school libraries overall (15,6%) and 3,410 public libraries (68,6%)’–Yralyn

Number of Cigarettes Smoked per person per year in Europe (2016)

Number of Cigarettes Smoked per person per year in Europe (2016)

“Based on the map is most certainly looks like if Norway and Sweden has a lot less smokers than everywhere else in the world, and that is true. That doesn´t mean we consume any less tobacco though, in Norway and Sweden a product known as snus is legal, unlike every other country in Europe. It´s a powdered tobacco you put under your lip”–generally-speaking

Homeless people in Australia (Per 10,000 people)

“the traditional lifestyle of nomadicism, which a not-insignificant number of aborigines still follow in the Northern Territory, is considered “homeless” by modern standards because they don’t have a fixed address. It isn’t a great life by modern standards but tbh it’s probably better than the life of aborigines in government housing where they are exposed to alcohol, petrol and gambling”–Kitty015