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1. Population structure 2015

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POPULATION STRUCTURE (HE) Population:
Ihabitants are people residing permanently in the area. Anybody whose place of residence according to the Population Information System was in Finland at the end of the year (31 December) qualifies as an inhabitant regardless of nationality. The location of inhabitants is determined by the coordinates of the building they live in.
The location of people living in institutions is determined by the coordinates of the institution, in known. However, people living in institutions without coordinates, Finnish nationals living temporarily abroad and people whose location in the municipality is unknown are not included. NB. This means that official population figures by area differ from the summary data by area in the database.
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Population structure, Statistics Finland
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Data in this group are valid as at 31 December 2015
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Data on population structure are confidential if the area contains fewer than 30 inhabitants. The value in confidential fields is '..'

Postal code area

2017 postal code areas

Postal code area

Paavo postal code areas (statistical postal code areas) have been produced at Statistics Finland for statistics production by postal code area. The data are produced as two types of geometrics: for statistical production extended to sea areas and for map visualisation cut with the coastline. The limitation has been made using geographic information methods. The basis of the limitation is the postal code of the address of a building (data source the Population Information System; Register of Buildings and Dwellings). The postal codes of individual addresses do not form the areas, so the source data have been generalised to form the postal code areas. The boundary of the postal code area is mainly located in the middle of the location of a building with two different postal codes. The accuracy of the limitation of the location is higher where there are more buildings (e.g. densely populated areas). The National Land Survey of Finland s 1:1 mi

Data

Inhabitants, total, 2015 (HE)

Inhabitants are people residing permanently in the area.

Inhabitants, total, 2015 (HE)

This is the radix of the data group.

Females, 2015 (HE)

Females permanently residing in the area.

Males, 2015 (HE)

Males permanently residing in the area.

Average age of inhabitants, 2015 (HE)

Average age of inhabitants is the average age by area. In calculating the average age, six months have been added to the age of each inhabitant, and then the total age has been divided by the number of inhabitants.

0-2 years, 2015 (HE)

0-2 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

3-6 years, 2015 (HE)

3-6 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

7-12 years, 2015 (HE)

7-12 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

13-15 years, 2015 (HE)

13-15 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

16-17 years, 2015 (HE)

16-17 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

18-19 years, 2015 (HE)

18-19 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

20-24 years, 2015 (HE)

20-24 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

25-29 years, 2015 (HE)

25-29 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

30-34 years, 2015 (HE)

30-34 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

35-39 years, 2015 (HE)

35-39 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

40-44 years, 2015 (HE)

40-44 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

45-49 years, 2015 (HE)

45-49 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

50-54 years, 2015 (HE)

50-54 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

55-59 years, 2015 (HE)

55-59 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

60-64 years, 2015 (HE)

60-64 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

65-69 years, 2015 (HE)

65-69 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

70-74 years, 2015 (HE)

70-74 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

75-79 years, 2015 (HE)

75-79 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

80-84 years, 2015 (HE)

80-84 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.

85 years or over, 2015 (HE)

Over 84 year old inhabitants permanently residing in the area.