Home / resources / commentaries /

Gender breakdown for selected groups of EU nationals, 2017

29 Jun 2018

Gender breakdown for selected groups of EU nationals, 2017

Resident population, EU nationals
FemaleMaleTotal
1,773,0001,665,0003,438,000
52%48%100%
Non-EU national partners of EU nationals
FemaleMaleTotal
77,00054,000131,000
59%41%100%
Long-term residents - EU nationals living in the UK for 30+ years
FemaleMaleTotal
89,00057,000146,000
61%39%100%
EU nationals age 75+
FemaleMaleTotal
40,00016,00056,000
72%28%100%
EU national non-internet users
FemaleMaleTotal
42,00022,00064,000
66%34%100%
Economically inactive EU nationals, age 18+ excluding students
FemaleMaleTotal
260,00068,000328,000
79%21%100%
Victims of domestic abuse, year ending March 2017
FemaleMaleTotal
53,00034,00087,000
61%39%100%
Agency workers
FemaleMaleTotal
86,00093,000179,000
48%52%100%
Self employed in elementary or routine jobs
FemaleMaleTotal
57,00078,000136,000
42%58%100%
Source: all figures except those on domestic abuse are from Migration Observatory analysis of Labour Force Survey, weighted average of four quarters 2017; figures on domestic abuse are from Crime Survey of England and Wales, year ending March 2017.

Note: excludes certain residents of communal establishments. For full discussion of data limitations, see full report "Unsettled Status? Which EU Citizens are at Risk of Failing to Secure their Rights after Brexit?", www.migrationobservatory.ox.ac.uk/resources/reports/unsettled-status-which-eu-citizens-are-at-risk-of-failing-to-secure-their-rights-after-brexit/

Press Contact

If you would like to make a press enquiry, please contact:

Rob McNeil

+ 44 (0)7500 970081
robert.mcneil@compas.ox.ac.uk

 Contact Us 

 Connections 

This Migration Observatory is kindly supported by the following organisations.

  • University of Oxford logo
  • COMPAS logo
  • Esmee Fairbairn logo
  • Unbound logo
  • Barrow Cadbury logo
  • Paul Hamlyn Foundation logo