|Average retirement pension||2017||€1,100.4|
|Average amount in December|
|Unemployment benefits||2017||−11.5 %|
|Persons recognised as being disabled||2017||4.2 %|
|Residences places for the elderly||2017||0.4 %|
|Expenditures per inhabitant|
|PENS||Statistics on contributory pensions||2017|
|PPSR||Statistics on non-contributory pensions||2017|
|ATURP||Statistics on unemployment benefits||2017|
|RIS||Statistics on social inclusion income||2017|
|EECESS||Economic Statistics on Social Services Centres and Entities||2014|
|INTPOBR||At Risk of Poverty and Social Exclusion Territorial Indicators||2016|
|REGDIS||Persons Legally Recognised as Being Disabled||2017|
|SERSOC||Social Services Facilities||2017|
|CPS||Social Protection Accounts||2010-2014|
|EDAD||Survey on Disability, Personal Autonomy and Dependency Situations||2008|
|EDDES||Statistics on Handicaps and Disabilities (non-current statistics)||1999|
The Observatory of Work and Production Model of the Government of Catalonia regularly publishes reports on Social protection in Catalonia.
Statistics on social protection using ESSPROS terms have been specifically designed to facilitate comparisons between different territorial units. Data on Spain can be examined in the Yearbook of Ministry of Employment and Social Security Statistics.
Data on the European Union countries can be examined at Eurostat.
A qualitative comparison of social protection systems in the European Union countries can be examined at the website of the European project, Missoc.
Qualitative information on pensions can be obtained from Social Security.
The most detailed statistical data can be found in the Newsletter on Labour Statistics (Boletín de Estadísticas Laborales).
The Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Families compiles statistical results on social services and persons with disabilities.