According to the European statistical agency, Eurostat, 11.8% of employed people aged 18 to 64 in Luxembourg were living below the at-risk-of-poverty threshold in 2020.
Eurostat sets the at-risk-of-poverty rate at 60% of the national median equivalised disposable income after social transfer and the in-work at-risk-of-poverty rate refers to the percentage of persons in the total population who declared that they were working (employed or self-employed) and who are at risk of poverty.
Romania had the highest in-work at-risk-of-poverty rate of 14.7% in the European Union (EU), closely followed by Luxembourg and Spain, both at 11.8%.
The lowest in-work at-risk-of-poverty rates were recorded in Finland (3.2%) and the Czech Republic (3.7%)
Data for 2020 is not available for Italy and is substituted with 2019 figures.