Data from population censuses describe the structure of society and its changes. In Finland population censuses are drawn every ten years. The year 2010 was an international census year, when population censuses were carried out globally in nearly all countries of the world. On these pages Statistics Finland publishes articles relating to the Population Census 2010.
|Marja-Liisa Helminen: Women with foreign background become mothers younger (17.6.2013)
Women with foreign background gave birth to 7.1 per cent of the children born in Finland between 2007 and 2011. Women with foreign background are slightly younger when giving birth than Finnish-born women are
- Marjut Pietiläinen and Timo Nikander: The number of families with children lowest in decades (30.8.2011)
- Markus Rapo: Foreign-language speakers are still rare in many municipalities (11 July 2011)
- Kaija Ruotsalainen: A census of the world population is taken every ten years
(3 June 2011)
- Pekka Myrskylä: More than 250 years of population censuses (28 March 2011)