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In order to achieve better comparability among EU Member States; the 2010 Zaragoza declaration agreed on a set of common indicators which were further developed in the study Indicators of immigrant integration — a pilot study of 2011. Additional indicators were proposed by the report Using EU Indicators of Immigrant Integration — final report prepared for DG Migration and Home Affairs of 2013; with the objective of boosting the monitoring and assessment of the situation of migrants; along with the relative outcomes of integration policies.
The following statistics from education are related to migration:
|edat_lfs_9911||Population by educational attainment level; sex; age and citizenship (%)|
|edat_lfs_9912||Population by educational attainment level; sex; age and country of birth (%)|
|edat_lfse_01||Early leavers from education and training by sex and citizenship|
|edat_lfse_02||Early leavers from education and training by sex and country of birth|
|edat_lfse_23||Young people neither in employment nor in education and training by sex; age and citizenship (NEET rates)|
|edat_lfse_28||Young people neither in employment nor in education and training by sex; age and country of birth (NEET rates)|
|trng_lfs_12||Participation rate in education and training (last 4 weeks) by sex; age and citizenship|
|trng_lfs_13||Participation rate in education and training (last 4 weeks) by sex; age and country of birth|
These indicators are annually updated by Eurostat drawing on already harmonised data sources; such as the EU Labour Force Survey and the EU Survey on Income and Living Conditions.