2.5. Social security, social welfare (1960–)

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Year Pensioners, provisioners and other beneficiaries, thousands,
1 Januarya
Monthly average number of families receiving family allowance,
thousands
Number of those receiving child-care Children
in infant nurseries,
31 Mayb
Endangered minors,
31 December
Children under professional child protection,
31 December
Approved adoptions
allowance benefit
December
1960 636 577 31 970 .. 23 408 ..
1961 796 593 29 797 .. 25 340 ..
1962 912 609 34 830 .. 27 277 ..
1963 983 614 36 553 .. 29 365 ..
1964 1 046 612 39 546 .. 31 380 ..
1965 1 101 612 40 864 .. 33 420 ..
1966 1 156 685 43 109 .. 33 584 ..
1967 1 213 682 34 200 42 991 .. 34 483 ..
1968 1 269 736 92 000 40 249 .. 35 077 ..
1969 1 319 739 143 800 40 314 .. 35 396 ..
1970 1 380 731 167 450 41 771 43 066 35 626 1 218
1971 1 453 724 178 480 44 798 44 232 36 098 1 199
1972 1 535 761 185 200 48 059 46 065 35 666 1 210
1973 1 608 790 195 070 50 628 46 362 35 761 1 159
1974 1 683 830 228 530 50 194 46 617 34 999 1 063
1975 1 748 905 264 930 55 371 50 699 34 326 1 094
1976 1 802 964 287 150 63 019 54 957 34 380 1 167
1977 1 871 1 009 290 030 67 691 57 727 34 424 1 135
1978 1 928 1 052 277 220 70 540 51 078 33 411 1 172
1979 1 974 1 086 263 900 71 911 52 010 33 160 1 081
1980 2 018 1 113 254 110 69 768 56 929 33 148 1 028
1981 2 082 1 133 241 460 68 923 62 429 32 821 1 174
1982 2 131 1 153 223 220 65 266 68 188 32 213 1 199
1983 2 176 1 346 223 940 62 062 73 971 31 356 1 149
1984 2 215 1 368 217 626 58 171 80 645 30 963 1 084
1985 2 261 1 363 149 990 69 760 53 070 86 676 30 927 1 108
1986 2 299 1 360 107 850 116 990 50 626 91 573 30 619 1 281
1987 2 337 1 357 113 360 117 350 51 788 100 920 28 956 1 356
1988 2 374 1 357 80 780 159 300 44 362 109 919 28 655 790
1989 2 422 1 368 86 920 157 760 42 870 129 997 28 748 982
1990 2 587 1 514 96 707 154 844 40 825 174 755 26 651 958
1991 2 668 1 545 110 723 151 428 35 528 242 899 25 328 1 016
1992 2 795 1 537 114 200 147 930 33 642 305 113 23 908 923
1993 2 868 1 504 114 446 140 080 40 605 303 814 22 944 892
1994 2 948 1 502 118 176 128 805 39 656 319 259 22 377 914
1995 3 010 1 432 110 489 120 101 37 696 313 255 21 952 940
1996 3 059 1 310 147 998 99 150 31 838 331 923 21 711 1 030
1997 3 104 1 239 232 584 20 547 30 762 420 158 20 955 911
1998 3 139 1 196 235 964 33 209 380 341 19 524 850
1999 3 184 1 299 243 253 31 983 298 500 18 632 928
2000 3 145 1 300 186 188 57 699 29 561 264 981 18 103 949
2001 3 116 1 296 179 083 67 118 28 981 249 928 17 994 870
2002 3 103 1 278 166 719 73 383 28 847 235 673 17 813 847
2003 3 093 1 292 164 758 80 657 29 422 232 381 17 844 769
2004 3 068 1 290 162 601 83 563 30 333 225 365 17 568 750
2005 3 063 1 265 159 509 88 784 30 230 223 594 17 456 773
2006 3 053 1 269 168 751 92 491 31 153 209 800 17 145 738
2007 3 045 1 224 164 832 93 953 32 010 204 449 17 145 723
2008 3 054 1 247 170 995 93 249 33 726 197 450 17 532 739
2009 3 031 1 246 176 009 96 680 34 694 197 375 17 562 753
2010 2 980 1 224 180 696 92 476 35 782 197 948 17 792 735
2011 2 921 1 191 169 216 82 934 36 685 201 386 18 287 808
2012 2 919 1 168 166 652 80 878 37 163 190 564c 18 464 793c
2013 2 869 1 150 154 717 78 956 36 819 139 213d 18 674 726
2014 2 801 1 114 164 091 83 274 37 269 139 818 20 135e 784
2015 2 727 1 108 162 268 85 963 37 906 135 890 20 271f 829
2016 2 660 1 094 161 517 91 722 38 123 .. 20 551 896
2017 2 639 1 091 161 764 99 362 .. .. 20 948 1 025
2018 .. .. 157 796 102 954 .. .. 21 210 1 000
aUp to 1989 the number of transfers, since 1990 the number of persons receiving provision.  bSince 1993 data apply to 31 May instead of 31 December.  cThe reorganisation process of the public administration (formation of districts) data for year 2012 deriving from the data collection on guardian authorities refer to 1 December 2012. As a consequence time series have limited comparability.  dUntil 2012 give the data the notary the local government, from 2013 the child welfare services. As a consequance time series have limited comparability.  eOf which: 875 foreign children. Within this: 782 applicants for asylum.  fOf which: 752 foreign children. Within this: 555 applicants for asylum.  Preliminary data 

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