Finnish households spent an average of 3,636 euros on culture and recreation in 2012, indicates a report published by Statistics Finland on Monday. The spending was especially high, an average of 5,247 euros, among households where the primary breadwinner was 45—54 years old. The report indicates that the spending of Finnish households on culture and recreation increased by 40 per cent between 1990 and 2012.
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Finns spend more on culture and recreation
Today, Finnish households spend roughly 1,000 euros more on culture and recreation than they did in 1990, with their spending on audiovisual and computer equipment rising particularly – from less than 90 euros in 1990 to roughly 530 euros in 2012.