121u -- Marriage rate and divorce rate by age and sex, 1990-2018
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Latest update
11/14/2019
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Unit
Marriage rate, per mille:
per mille
First marriage rate, per mille:
per mille
Remarriage rate, per mille:
per mille
Divorce rate, per mille:
per mille
Persons having contracted opposite-sex marriage:
number
Persons having contracted opposite-sex marriage for the first time:
number
Newly remarried, opposite-sex marriages:
number
Divorced from opposite-sex marriage:
number
Mean population (single):
number
Mean population (married):
number
Mean population (previously married):
number
Mean population (non-married and not in registered partnership):
number
Next update
5/8/2020
Creation date
6/18/2019
Source
Changes in marital status, Statistics Finland
Matrix
016_121u_2018
Footnotes

Footnotes

Description of statistic
Quality descriptions
Concepts and definitions
The concepts of marriages and divorces have changed in 2017, see the Quality description.
The number of men and women who contracted marriage is not equal because the number of contracted marriages, where the parties are a woman living permanently in Finland and a man living permanently abroad is different than that, where the parties are a man living permanently in Finland and a woman living permanently abroad.
The number of divorced men and women is not equal because the number of divorces, where the parties are a woman living permanently in Finland and a man living permanently abroad is different than that, where the parties are a man living permanently in Finland and a woman living permanently abroad.
Information
Marriage rate, per mille
Persons having contracted marriages per 1,000 non-married and not in registered partnership persons of respective mean population aged 15 or over. The figure is calculated only for opposite-sex marriages.
First marriage rate, per mille
First marriages per 1,000 single persons of respective mean population aged 15 or over. The figure is calculated only for opposite-sex marriages.
Remarriage rate, per mille
Remarried persons per 1,000 previously married persons of respective mean population aged 15 or over. The figure is calculated only for opposite-sex marriages.
Divorce rate, per mille
Divorced persons per 1,000 married persons of respective mean population aged 15 or over. The figure is calculated only for opposite-sex marriages.
Persons having contracted opposite-sex marriage
Persons who resided permanently in Finland on the day the marriage was contracted (opposite-sex couples).
Persons having contracted opposite-sex marriage for the first time
Persons who resided permanently in Finland on the day the marriage was contracted (opposite-sex couples).
Newly remarried, opposite-sex marriages
Persons who resided permanently in Finland on the day the marriage was contracted (opposite-sex couples).
Divorced from opposite-sex marriage
Persons who resided permanently in Finland on the day the divorce was granted (opposite-sex couples).
Mean population (single)
The notion of mean population (or average population) refers to the average of the populations of two consecutive years.
Mean population (married)
The notion of mean population (or average population) refers to the average of the populations of two consecutive years.
Mean population (previously married)
The notion of mean population (or average population) refers to the average of the populations of two consecutive years.
Mean population (non-married and not in registered partnership)
The notion of mean population (or average population) refers to the average of the populations of two consecutive years.