The living arrangement represents the type of domestic or family cohabitation of the resident population. The persons living in private households are represented according to their family status (partner, child, mother or father in single-parent families) or as living alone or as another household member. The living arrangement of a person can, for example, be evaluated according to demographic or geographical characteristics.
The Microcensus Labour Force Survey (sample survey) provides information on the living arrangements of the population in private households. The Register-based Census / Register-based Labour Market Statistics (administrative data) also provide data on persons living in institutional households and homeless persons (i.e. those who have a so-called residence confirmation in the Central Population Register). The publication of the Microcensus Labour Force Survey refers to the previous year, that of the Register-based Labour Market Statistics to the year before that.