The greying of the population will reach its peak in just over 30 years.
According to the most recent figures, unemployment – after adjustment for seasonal variation.
Seasonally adjusted unemployment in the period August-October 2006 averaged 413 thousand, almost the same as in the period July-September 2006.
In 2004, 10.3 percent of Dutch households had to get by on a low income. This means that poverty increased further in 2004, just as in 2003.
Over 80 percent of all households with internet had broadband by June 2006. Four years earlier this was just a quarter.
Seasonally corrected unemployment in the period July-September 2006 averaged 417 thousand.
The seasonally corrected unemployment figure in the period June-August 2006 averaged 400 thousand. This is 5 thousand less than in the period May-July 2006.
According to the latest figures there were on average 415 thousand people unemployed in the period May-July 2006.
An average 430 thousand people were unemployed in the Netherlands in the period March-May 2006.
There were on average 447 thousand people unemployed in the Netherlands in the period February-April 2006. The seasonally corrected figure was 427 thousand, 8 thousand less than in the period January-March 2006.
460 thousand people in the Netherlands were unemployed in the first quarter of 2006.
An average 455 thousand people were unemployed in the Netherlands in the period December 2005-February 2006. After correction for seasonal effects the number comes to 452 thousand.
In the period November 2005-January 2006, the unemployment figure in the Netherlands averaged 450 thousand. The seasonally adjusted figure stood at 460 thousand, a decrease by 8 thousand on the fourth quarter of 2005.
In the fourth quarter of 2005 there were on average 447 thousand people unemployed in the Netherlands. The seasonally adjusted unemployed figure was 471 thousand, 9 thousand less than in the period September-November 2005.