New initial estimates by Eurostat have revealed the potential effect the pandemic year 2020 had on the most economically at-risk in the European Union.
Results from Statista's Global Consumer Survey reveal how people around the world commute to work, school or university. Only 6% of Americans go by bike.
Data from the Water Footprint Network highlights the food that needs the most water to produce - with bovine meat top of the list in this chart.
Many people in the digital workforce are now investing in professional training such as language and IT courses, to give them a competitive edge.
A Statista consumer report shows how many people rent or buy accommodation in different countries. Switzerland and Germany are firmly rental societies.
The World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap report shows that the time needed to close the global gap has increased over the last year to 136 years.
The pandemic hasn't paused the global displacement crisis, with Turkey now hosting more than 3.5 million refugees, according to UN data.
Based on reliability, reach, relevance and resilience, the Universal Postal Union has ranked the postal services of 170 countries.
Over the last decade fire suppression in California cost 16 times as much as it did during the 1980s.
New figures published by the European Commission include downgraded figures, meaning that Europe's recession is predicted to be worse than first imagined.
As coronavirus starts to gain a tighter grip on the world outside of China, numbers of reported infected and dead are on the rise in countries such as Iran, South Korea, Italy and Japan.
As of February 24 there are nearly 80,000 confirmed cases globally.
The ongoing wildfires in California are the largest the state has ever suffered, and costs are soaring.
By the end of 1992, there were a mere 10 sites to visit online.