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3232Average life expectancy at birth was exactly 79 years for boys and 84.6 years for girls in 2020
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2020/01/kuol_2020_01_2021-10-22_tie_001_en.html
According to Statistics Finland, the life expectancy at birth was 79 years for boys and 84.6 years for girls in 2020. Compared to 2019, the life expectancy of boys shortened by 0.1 years and that of girls lengthened by 0.1 years. Life expectancy is an age-standardised indicator that describes the level of mortality observed during the calculation period.Fri, 22 Oct 2021 05:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2020/01/kuol_2020_01_2021-10-22_tie_001_en.htmlNumber of deaths increased from the previous year
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2020/kuol_2020_2021-04-23_tie_001_en.html
In 2020, a total of 55,488 persons died, which is 1,539 more than in the year before. In 2020, men died, on average, at the age of 75.3 and women at 82.1. Women died, on average, 6.9 years older than men. In young age groups, a majority of deaths occurred among men but among persons aged 83 and older there were more deaths among women than men. The median age at death was 77.8 years for men and 85.5 years for women. The median describes the middle value, that is, one-half of all persons that died, died at a younger or older age than the median age at death.Fri, 23 Apr 2021 05:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2020/kuol_2020_2021-04-23_tie_001_en.htmlAverage life expectancy at birth was 79.2 years for boys and 84.5 years for girls in 2019
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2019/01/kuol_2019_01_2020-10-22_tie_001_en.html
According to Statistics Finland, the life expectancy at birth was 79.2 years for boys and 84.5 years for girls in 2019. The life expectancy of both boys and girls lengthened by 0.3 years compared with 2018. Life expectancy is an age-standardised indicator that describes the level of mortality observed during the calculation period.Thu, 22 Oct 2020 05:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2019/01/kuol_2019_01_2020-10-22_tie_001_en.htmlThe number of infant deaths lowest in history
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2019/kuol_2019_2020-04-24_tie_001_en.html
In 2019, the number of children dying at the age of under one year was 96. The number is the lowest during Finnish independence. The number of infant deaths per one thousand live-born children was 2.1, which is the same figure as in the previous year. The infant mortality rate of boys, 2.3 per mil, was slightly higher than among girls, 1.9 per mil. The lowest infant mortality rate in recorded history was 1.7 per mil in 2015, when 97 children died at the age of under one year.Fri, 24 Apr 2020 05:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2019/kuol_2019_2020-04-24_tie_001_en.htmlAverage life expectancy at birth was 78.9 years for boys and 84.3 years for girls in 2018
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2018/01/kuol_2018_01_2019-10-24_tie_001_en.html
According to Statistics Finland, the life expectancy at birth was 78.9 years for boys and 84.3 years for girls in 2018. Compared with 2017, the life expectancy of boys grew by 0.2 years and that of girls by 0.1 years. Life expectancy is an age-standardised indicator that describes the level of mortality observed during the calculation period.Thu, 24 Oct 2019 05:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2018/01/kuol_2018_01_2019-10-24_tie_001_en.htmlNumber of deaths increased from the previous year
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2018/kuol_2018_2019-04-26_tie_001_en.html
According to Statistics Finland, a total of 54,527 persons died in 2018, which is 805 more than in 2017. Average life expectancy at birth was 78.9 years for boys and 84.3 years for girls in 2018. The life expectancy increased slightly for both boys and girls compared with 2017.Fri, 26 Apr 2019 06:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2018/kuol_2018_2019-04-26_tie_001_en.htmlAverage life expectancy at birth was 78.7 years for boys and 84.2 years for girls in 2017
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2017/01/kuol_2017_01_2018-10-26_tie_001_en.html
According to Statistics Finland, the life expectancy at birth was 78.7 years for boys and 84.2 years for girls in 2017. Compared with 2016, the life expectancy of boys grew by 0.3 years and that of girls by 0.1 years. Life expectancy is an age-standardised indicator that describes the level of mortality observed during the calculation period.Fri, 26 Oct 2018 06:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2017/01/kuol_2017_01_2018-10-26_tie_001_en.htmlMen died on average 7 years younger than women
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2017/kuol_2017_2018-04-27_tie_001_en.html
According to Statistics Finland, a total of 53,722 persons died in 2017, which is 201 fewer than in 2016. Men died, on average, 7.1 years younger than women while twenty years ago, the corresponding difference between average ages at death was 13.3 years. Average life expectancy at birth was 78.7 years for boys and 84.2 years for girls in 2017.Fri, 27 Apr 2018 06:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2017/kuol_2017_2018-04-27_tie_001_en.htmlAverage life expectancy at birth was 78.4 years for boys and 84.1 years for girls in 2016
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2016/01/kuol_2016_01_2017-10-27_tie_001_en.html
According to Statistics Finland, the life expectancy at birth was 78.4 years for boys and 84.1 years for girls in 2016. The life expectancy of boys shortened by 0.1 years and that of girls remained unchanged from 2015. Life expectancy is an age-standardised indicator that describes the level of mortality observed during the calculation period.Fri, 27 Oct 2017 06:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2016/01/kuol_2016_01_2017-10-27_tie_001_en.htmlNumber of deaths increased from the previous year
http://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2016/kuol_2016_2017-04-28_tie_001_en.html
Corrected on 10 May 2017 . The correction is indicated in red.Fri, 28 Apr 2017 06:00:00 GMThttp://www.stat.fi/til/kuol/2016/kuol_2016_2017-04-28_tie_001_en.html