|Title||Results of the 2015 Population and Housing Census (population, household and housing)|
- Compared to 2010, the graduates of regular schooling increased by 2,736 thousand persons (3.5%p).
The students of regular schooling decreased by 1,047 thousand persons (3.1%p).
The dropouts of regular schooling increased by 236 thousand persons (0.4%p).
- The share of college graduates or higher rose by 5.6%p from 32.4 percent in 2010 to 38.0 percent in 2015.
- The difference in the share of college graduates or higher between males and females aged 30 or more dropped from
16.8%p in 2010 to 12.7%p in 2015.
- Compared to 2010, the share of single and divorced persons rose by 0.7%p and 1.1%p, respectively. The share of
married persons fell by 1.8%p.
- The share of single persons showed an increase in all age groups. In particular, the share of single persons in their thirties
recorded the highest increase of 7.1%p.
- As for household type of divorced persons, 2-generation households occupied the largest share at 45.5 percent, which
was followed by one-person households (39.2%). As for occupancy type of divorced persons, monthly rent occupied the
largest share at 39.6 percent.
- The population with religion decreased from 52.9 percent in 2005 to 43.9 percent in 2015. The population without religion
increased from 47.1 percent in 2005 to 56.1 percent in 2015.
- The social activity participation population fell by 2.6%p from 33.7 percent in 2010 to 31.1 percent in 2015. As for social
activities by sector, religious groups declined by 3.1%p, while cultural ones rose by 3.3%p.
- The social activity participation rate recorded the highest figure for those in their fifties (38.3%). The social activity
participation rate for those in their thirties showed the highest decrease of 4.9%p.
- The share of the elderly aged 60 or over who paid their own living expenses rose by 5.1%p from 44.6 percent
in 2010 to 49.7 percent in 2015.
- As for households residing in one room, household heads in their twenties occupied the largest share at 35.2 percent.
As for marital status, single persons occupied the largest share at 67.2 percent.
As for occupancy type, monthly rent occupied the largest share at 71.5 percent.
- As for occupancy type, the share of rent with a refundable deposit fell by 6.2%p. Whereas, the share of owner-occupied
households and monthly rent rose by 2.6%p and 2.8%p, respectively. The share of monthly rent (22.9%) was higher than
that of rent with a refundable deposit (15.5%).
- The average number of rooms to be used increased from 3.7 rooms per household in 2010 to 3.8 rooms per household
in 2015. As the number of one-person households increased, the share of households with one room increased.
- The share of owner-occupied households rose by 2.4%p for household heads in their thirties and by 1.5%p for household
heads in their forties.
- The housing units with 4 rooms dropped by 11.6%p, while those with 5 rooms rose by 9.3%p.
- One-person households increased by 1,061 thousand households. Among them, single persons showed the highest
increase of 443 thousand persons.
- As for occupancy type of one-person households, monthly rent recorded the highest figure
(2,213 thousand households, 42.5%). Monthly rent occupied the largest share (54.4%) of the total increase in
one-person households (1,061 thousand households).
- The largest share of one-person households (2,716 thousand households, 52.2%) resided in detached houses.
Compared to 2010, one-person households residing in apartment units in a private house showed the highest
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