In the period September-November 2007, an average of 306 thousand persons (4.0 percent of the employed labour force) were unemployed as against 5.2 percent in the same period last year.
An average 307 thousand people were out of work in the Netherlands in the period August-October 2007. This is the equivalent of 4.0 percent of the labour force.
328 thousand persons (4.3 percent of the total labour force) were unemployed in the period July-September 2007.
An average 342 thousand people were unemployed in the Netherlands in the period June-August 2007. This is the equivalent of 4.4 percent of the labour force.
The number of unemployed averaged 363 thousand in the period May-July 2007.
Unemployment was 346 thousand on average in the second quarter of 2007. This is the equivalent of 4.6 percent of the labour force.
Seasonally adjusted unemployment averaged 347 thousand in the period March-May 2007; this is 7 thousand below the average over the period February-April.
Seasonally corrected unemployment was 357 thousand on average in the period February- April 2007. This is 17 thousand down on the period January-March.
After correction for seasonal effects, 379 thousand people were unemployed in the Netherlands in the first quarter of 2007.
Seasonally adjusted unemployment over the period December 2006-February 2007 averaged 380 thousand.
Seasonally adjusted unemployment averaged 380 thousand in the period November 2006–January 2007, a reduction by 12 thousand relative to the period October-December 2006.
Seasonally adjusted unemployment averaged 394 thousand in the fourth quarter of 2006, a reduction by 11 thousand relative to the period September-November 2006.