The Statistical Yearbook of Finland 2016 is a comprehensive volume of statistics on Finland, Finns, and Finnish society. The Yearbook reveals, for example, how much our population grew last year, how many marriages were entered into or how many times Finns moved during the year.
Visits to museums have increased in many countries. In Estonia, museum visits have doubled in 12 years, the number of visits in Finland has grown by nearly 30 per cent in ten years.
In honour of Finland's centenary, Statistics Finland will arrange two competitions related to the utilisation of statistics. In the Statistics in the media competition we look for the best data utilising statistics in the media. In the competition for students at universities and universities of applied sciences we search for the best electronic implementation to illustrate statistics.
The release calendar data for 2017 are now available. Take a look at the calendar where you can find information on the statistics and publications that will be released next year.
Statistics Finland took part in the Ultrahack 2016 tournament with a challenge involving statistical data. Statistics Finland selected the Open Spending team as the winner.
Changes in statistics
Last updated 20 Jan 2017