Vacancies;government and education 1992-2009

Table description


The number of vacancies per quarter refers to vacancies in government and
education at the end of each quarter.

Subjects: vacancies, new vacancies, filled vacancies.
Selections: government sectors: Total, central government, provinces,
municipalities, education, police, defence, judiciary, water boards,
period.

Data available quarter 4 1992 - 2009.

Frequency of appearance: Stopped.

Changes as 12 February 2011:
Stopped.
Reason of stopping:
During 2006 Statistics Netherlands changed to a renewed business
register as base of the survey.This brought about a trend breach in the
time series.To give an impression of the size of the trend breach,
in each case two figures are published on the fourth quarter of 2006:
the figure before the trend breach and the figure after the trend breach.
In 2010 the observation for the total vacanciemarket is shifted of SIC 1993
to SIC 2008. In the StatLine table
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Vacancies (new and filled); government and education
are the vacanciesfigurs of the government retroactive conformed to this new
classification and is the trend breach in the fourth quarter of 2006
incorporated and eliminated.

Status of the figurs:
As of the third quarter of 2008 the job vacancy survey is capable
of compiling the number of job vacancies at the Ministry of Defence
in a much better way. Due to this more than 7 thousand vacancies are
added to the government. This should be taken into account, when
interpreting the results. Because of this extra number of
vacancies, the numbers of vacancies, new vacancies and filled
vacancies are not completely consistent with the vacancies in the
third quarter of 2008.

Description topics

Vacancies after trend breach
During 2006 Statistics Netherlands changed to a
renewed business register as base of the survey.
This brought about a trend breach in the time series.
To give an impression of the size of the trend breach,
in each case two figures are published on the fourth
quarter of 2006: the figure before the trend breach and
the figure after the trend breach.
Vacancies
A vacancy is a job that is readily available in a company or institution
and can be filled by internal or external recruitment.
Also included in vacancies are:
- jobs that have already been applied for; even if the applicants have
already been interviewed;
- cases in which engagement at short notice is unlikely due to a
time-consuming selection procedure;
- jobs that are to be filled by temporary staff.
- unfilled places assigned to apprentices and others persons receiving
training under employment contract (hence unpaid trainee posts are
excluded).
- New vacancies in the year under review which are filled in that same
year are also included in new and filled vacancies.
Unfilled places in government institutions are only defined as vacancies
if regular internal or external recruitment is allowed.
Unfilled places which, as a result of reorganisations or staff
reductions, are only allowed to be filled by employees whose jobs will
disappear, are not considered as vacancies.
The weighted annual average of unfilled vacancies is calculated as
follows:
Vacancies 4th quarter previous year under review, weight 1
Vacancies 1st, 2nd 3rd quarter year under review, weight 2
Vacancies 4th quarter year under review, weight 1
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Vacancies annual average = Total number of vacancies/8
The annual result of new and filled vacancies is the total of the four
quarters.
New vacancies
A vacancy is a job that is readily available in a company or institution
and can be filled by internal or external recruitment.
Also included in vacancies are:
- jobs that have already been applied for; even if the applicants have
already been interviewed;
- cases in which engagement at short notice is unlikely due to a
time-consuming selection procedure;
- jobs that are to be filled by temporary staff.
- unfilled places assigned to apprentices and others persons receiving
training under employment contract (hence unpaid trainee posts are
excluded).
- New vacancies in the year under review which are filled in that same
year are also included in new and filled vacancies.
Unfilled places in government institutions are only defined as vacancies
if regular internal or external recruitment is allowed.
Unfilled places which, as a result of reorganisations or staff
reductions, are only allowed to be filled by employees whose jobs will
disappear, are not considered as vacancies.
The weighted annual average of unfilled vacancies is calculated as
follows:
Vacancies 4th quarter previous year under review, weight 1
Vacancies 1st, 2nd 3rd quarter year under review, weight 2
Vacancies 4th quarter year under review, weight 1
--------------------------------
Vacancies annual average = Total number of vacancies/8
The annual result of new and filled vacancies is the total of the four
quarters.
Filled vacancies
A vacancy is a job that is readily available in a company or institution
and can be filled by internal or external recruitment.
Also included in vacancies are:
- jobs that have already been applied for; even if the applicants have
already been interviewed;
- cases in which engagement at short notice is unlikely due to a
time-consuming selection procedure;
- jobs that are to be filled by temporary staff.
- unfilled places assigned to apprentices and others persons receiving
training under employment contract (hence unpaid trainee posts are
excluded).
- New vacancies in the year under review which are filled in that same
year are also included in new and filled vacancies.
Unfilled places in government institutions are only defined as vacancies
if regular internal or external recruitment is allowed.
Unfilled places which, as a result of reorganisations or staff
reductions, are only allowed to be filled by employees whose jobs will
disappear, are not considered as vacancies.
The weighted annual average of unfilled vacancies is calculated as
follows:
Vacancies 4th quarter previous year under review, weight 1
Vacancies 1st, 2nd 3rd quarter year under review, weight 2
Vacancies 4th quarter year under review, weight 1
--------------------------------
Vacancies annual average = Total number of vacancies/8
The annual result of new and filled vacancies is the total of the four
quarters.
Vacancies before trend breach
During 2006 Statistics Netherlands changed to a
renewed business register as base of the survey.
This brought about a trend breach in the time series.
To give an impression of the size of the trend breach,
in each case two figures are published on the fourth
quarter of 2006: the figure before the trend breach and
the figure after the trend breach.
Vacancies
A vacancy is a job that is readily available in a company or institution
and can be filled by internal or external recruitment.
Also included in vacancies are:
- jobs that have already been applied for; even if the applicants have
already been interviewed;
- cases in which engagement at short notice is unlikely due to a
time-consuming selection procedure;
- jobs that are to be filled by temporary staff.
- unfilled places assigned to apprentices and others persons receiving
training under employment contract (hence unpaid trainee posts are
excluded).
- New vacancies in the year under review which are filled in that same
year are also included in new and filled vacancies.
Unfilled places in government institutions are only defined as vacancies
if regular internal or external recruitment is allowed.
Unfilled places which, as a result of reorganisations or staff
reductions, are only allowed to be filled by employees whose jobs will
disappear, are not considered as vacancies.
The weighted annual average of unfilled vacancies is calculated as
follows:
Vacancies 4th quarter previous year under review, weight 1
Vacancies 1st, 2nd 3rd quarter year under review, weight 2
Vacancies 4th quarter year under review, weight 1
--------------------------------
Vacancies annual average = Total number of vacancies/8
The annual result of new and filled vacancies is the total of the four
quarters.
New vacancies
A vacancy is a job that is readily available in a company or institution
and can be filled by internal or external recruitment.
Also included in vacancies are:
- jobs that have already been applied for; even if the applicants have
already been interviewed;
- cases in which engagement at short notice is unlikely due to a
time-consuming selection procedure;
- jobs that are to be filled by temporary staff.
- unfilled places assigned to apprentices and others persons receiving
training under employment contract (hence unpaid trainee posts are
excluded).
- New vacancies in the year under review which are filled in that same
year are also included in new and filled vacancies.
Unfilled places in government institutions are only defined as vacancies
if regular internal or external recruitment is allowed.
Unfilled places which, as a result of reorganisations or staff
reductions, are only allowed to be filled by employees whose jobs will
disappear, are not considered as vacancies.
The weighted annual average of unfilled vacancies is calculated as
follows:
Vacancies 4th quarter previous year under review, weight 1
Vacancies 1st, 2nd 3rd quarter year under review, weight 2
Vacancies 4th quarter year under review, weight 1
--------------------------------
Vacancies annual average = Total number of vacancies/8
The annual result of new and filled vacancies is the total of the four
quarters.
Filled vacancies
A vacancy is a job that is readily available in a company or institution
and can be filled by internal or external recruitment.
Also included in vacancies are:
- jobs that have already been applied for; even if the applicants have
already been interviewed;
- cases in which engagement at short notice is unlikely due to a
time-consuming selection procedure;
- jobs that are to be filled by temporary staff.
- unfilled places assigned to apprentices and others persons receiving
training under employment contract (hence unpaid trainee posts are
excluded).
- New vacancies in the year under review which are filled in that same
year are also included in new and filled vacancies.
Unfilled places in government institutions are only defined as vacancies
if regular internal or external recruitment is allowed.
Unfilled places which, as a result of reorganisations or staff
reductions, are only allowed to be filled by employees whose jobs will
disappear, are not considered as vacancies.
The weighted annual average of unfilled vacancies is calculated as
follows:
Vacancies 4th quarter previous year under review, weight 1
Vacancies 1st, 2nd 3rd quarter year under review, weight 2
Vacancies 4th quarter year under review, weight 1
--------------------------------
Vacancies annual average = Total number of vacancies/8
The annual result of new and filled vacancies is the total of the four
quarters.