The Eurostat new interactive tool offers young people between 16 and 29 years the opportunity to compare themselves with their peers in their country and other Member States.
“Young Europeans” consists of quiz-like questions about users life on 4 different topics: life and wellbeing, health, work and education, digital world.
Before starting, users have the option to create their avatar which is then used throughout their journey in the tool. Users are also asked to provide some basic details, like their country and their age, which are needed to make the comparisons to their peers.
This tool is also intended for parents, decision-makers, politicians, teachers who want to know more about the young generation in Europe. If this is the case for you,and you are not between 16 and 29 years old, just choose the age group you are most interested in.
The replies provided are not collected, processed or stored by Eurostat.
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