Unknown Figures About Luxembourg Revealed

Luxembourg - November 27, 2023

The National Institute of Statistics has recently released the 2023 edition of "Luxembourg in Figures." Within these 84 pages of data lies some unusually attention-grabbing statistics, shedding light on various facets of the country.
In an effort to captivate our online readers at SIMOURQ News, we aim to share 10 intriguing statistical figures you might not have known:
1. The municipality of Niederanven boasts the highest average wages.
2. Only 15.4% of trees in Luxembourg remain unharmed.
3. The carbon footprint stands at 18.7 tons of CO2 per resident in Luxembourg. While residing in an affluent country, this news is relatively positive. However, on the flip side, Luxembourg isn't truly an environmental role model.
4. The poverty threshold is set at 2,265 euros per person.
5. Life expectancy for those born in 2022 is 80.5 years for males and 84.8 years for females.
6. In 2022, 6,495 children were born in Luxembourg.
7. Football holds the highest number of certifications issued (44,163), followed by tennis (15,771 certifications) and martial arts (7,050 certifications).
8.France is the primary destination for leisure trips, followed by Germany, Belgium, and Portugal.
9. Luxembourg ranks first in Europe for the highest per capita of luxury cars. The country has registered 539,196 gasoline cars, 8,528 electric cars, and 25,649 hybrid cars.
10.With 1,094 injury accidents, for the first time since 2012, the number of accidents surpassed a thousand.
These figures, hidden within the statistical report, provide intriguing insights into Luxembourg's diverse landscape, lifestyle, and environmental impact.