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Analytical products and data
Census data on families at the Québec level. Available indicators include the average number of children per family by family structure and the number of lone-parent families.
Census data on households at the Québec level. Available indicators include the average number of persons per private household, the number of persons living alone by age group and gender, and the number of persons in collective households by dwelling type.
The study provides a descriptive portrait of persons from visible minorities based on two key labour market indicators: employment rates and employment income.
In 2021, 29.5% of individuals aged 25 to 64 had a university degree in Québec, compared to 25.5% in 2016.
Census data on conjugal status at the Québec level by age group and gender from 2006 to 2021.
Data from the 2021 Census of Population on gender diversity among Quebecers aged 15 and over.
Census data on languages used at work in Québec and in census metropolitan areas (CMAs).
Data from the 2011, 2016 and 2021 Censuses on mother tongue, language spoken at home and knowledge of French and English in Québec and in census metropolitan areas (CMAs).