|Net migration rate||42 000||32 300||−14 200|
|Proportion of females in foreign population (%)||41.8||44.8||49.8|
|Crude birth rate (per 1000 population)||11.1||10.6||8.9|
|Crude death rate (per 1000 population)||10.6||10.4||10.2|
|Infant death rate (per 1000 live births)||7.4||5.5||3.6|
|GDP per capita (PPS millions, Euros)||12 872||17 513||20 485|
|GDP growth rate (%)||4.2||1.5||−1.0|
|Government expenditure on health: budget execution per capita (Euro—ratio)*||396.3||714.6||783.8|
|Government expenditure on health: budget execution as a % of GDP*||3.9||5.0||4.7|
|Unemployment rate (%; highest value in the period)|
|Total social security expenditure as % of GDP||9.4||11.6||18.5|
|Total social security benefit (Euros, 1000s)||8 002 079.0||13 468 539.0||20 487 826.3|
|% of total social security benefit for sickness/maternity||6.9||5.1||4.1|
|Social security payment for sickness/maternity (1000s, Euros)||549 839.9||688 814.0||830 629.9|
|% of total social benefit for family/children (%)||5.5||4.8||4.4|
|Social security payment on family/children (1000s, Euros)||439 383.1||640 032.3||895 293.9|
|% of total social benefit for unemployment (%)||8.6||10.1||10.5|
|Social security payment for unemployment (1000s, Euros)||691 724.0||1 364 001.7||2 148 857.4|
Figures presented describe the mean value for the period except for crude and infant deaths as well as unemployment where the highest values were depicted.
Sources: Statistics Portugal (INE) and Instituto de Gestão Financeira da Segurança Social (IGFSS).
*Only data for 1995–2013 were officially documented.
†Social benefits/social security payments are transfers to households, in cash or in kind, intended to relieve them from the financial burden of a number of risks or needs, including: (a) sickness; (b) invalidity, disability; (c) occupational accident or disease; (d) old age; (e) survivors; (f) maternity; (g) family; (h) promotion of employment; (i) unemployment; (j) housing (k) education; (l) general neediness.