Number of benefits WAO, Wajong and WAZ by month, 1998-2010

Number of benefits WAO, Wajong and WAZ by month, 1998-2010

Sex Degree of disablement Age Periods Labour disablement benefits By ethnic background Immigrants by generation Western and non-western background Non-western By country of origin Surinam (absolute) Labour disablement benefits By ethnic background Immigrants by generation Western and non-western background Non-western By country of origin 1st generation Surinamese (absolute) Labour disablement benefits By ethnic background Immigrants by generation Western and non-western background Non-western By country of origin 2nd generation Surinamese (absolute) Disablement Insurance Act (WAO) By ethnic background Foreign background by generation Western/non-western foreign background Non-western By country of origin Surinam (absolute) Disablement Insurance Act (WAO) By ethnic background Foreign background by generation Western/non-western foreign background Non-western By country of origin 1st generation Surinamese (absolute) Disablement Insurance Act (WAO) By ethnic background Foreign background by generation Western/non-western foreign background Non-western By country of origin 2nd generation Surinamese (absolute)
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2009 December* 18,390 14,770 3,620 13,100 12,310 790
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 April* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 May* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 June* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 July* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 August* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 September* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 October* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 65 yrs 2010 November* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2009 December* 1,800 330 1,470 0 0 0
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 April* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 May* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 June* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 July* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 August* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 September* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 October* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 15 to 25 yrs 2010 November* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2009 December* 1,840 610 1,230 320 150 170
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 April* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 May* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 June* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 July* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 August* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 September* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 October* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 25 to 35 yrs 2010 November* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2009 December* 2,600 2,120 490 1,760 1,490 270
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 April* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 May* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 June* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 July* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 August* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 September* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 October* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 35 to 45 yrs 2010 November* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2009 December* 5,150 4,910 250 4,560 4,370 190
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 April* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 May* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 June* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 July* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 August* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 September* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 October* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 45 to 55 yrs 2010 November* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2009 December* 6,910 6,710 190 6,380 6,220 160
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 April* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 May* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 June* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 July* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 August* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 September* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 October* . . . . . .
Total men and women Total disablement 55 to 65 yrs 2010 November* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2009 December* 3,550 3,280 270 3,440 3,220 220
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 April* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 May* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 June* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 July* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 August* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 September* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 October* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 65 yrs 2010 November* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2009 December* 20 10 10 . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 April* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 May* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 June* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 July* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 August* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 September* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 October* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 15 to 25 yrs 2010 November* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 25 to 35 yrs 2009 December* 100 40 60 80 40 40
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 25 to 35 yrs 2010 January* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 25 to 35 yrs 2010 February* . . . . . .
Total men and women Partial disablement (< 80%) 25 to 35 yrs 2010 March* . . . . . .
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


The number of disablement benefits under the Disablement Insurance Act (WAO), the Disablement Provision Act for Disabled from an Early Age (Wajong) and
the Disablement Insurance Act for Self-employed (WAZ) by sex, age, degree of disablement, sector, category of origin, diagnostic code and period.

Employee's who became sick on January the first of 2004 or later, can no longer acquire a WAO benefit.
Nothing will change for benefits already paid under the WAO.
As from January the first of 2006 there is a new Disablement Insurance Act (WIA).

The Self-employed persons, who became sick on 1 August 2004 or later, can no longer acquire a WAZ benefit. Nothing will change for benefits already paid under the WAZ.

Data available from: January 1998 until November 2010.

In the period 1998-2000 the breakdown by diagnostic code is only available for the months December.
For the period 1998-2000 it proved necessary to combine and include the public sector categories 'public sector education and science' and 'other public sector' in the category 'other public sector'.
From January 2004 the breakdown by economic benefits has been changed. The benefits which were categorised in the 'public sector services' have been or will be transferred to the 'other public sector'.
The category of origin of the vast majority of benefits to persons living abroad is unknown.
See also the table 'Labour disablement; regional.

Status of the figures
The figures of November 2009 until November 2010 are provisional, the other figures are definitive.
Since the table has been stopped, the provisional figures will not become definitive.

Changes as of 22 October 2013
The table has been stopped.

Description topics

Labour disablement benefits
The number of labour disablement benefits under the Disablement
Insurance Act (WAO), the Disablement Provision Act for
Disabled from an Early Age (Wajong), and the Disablement Act
for Self-employed (WAZ) not terminated at the end of the
period under review (current benefits).
Employee's who became sick on January the first of 2004 or later, can no
longer acquire a WAO benefit. Nothing will change for benefits already
paid under the WAO. As from January the first of 2006 there is a new
Disablement Insurance Act (WIA).
The Self-employed persons, who became sick on 1 August 2004 or later,
can no longer acquire a WAZ benefit. Nothing will change for benefits
already paid under the WAZ.
By ethnic background
Native background: persons born in the Netherlands whose parents were also
born in the Netherlands as well as persons born abroad whose parents were
both born in the Netherlands. All other persons are considered to be
non-natives.
The ethnic background of most benefit recipients living abroad is unknown.
Immigrants by generation
Non-natives born abroad are defined as the 1st generation, non-natives
born in the Netherlands as the 2nd generation.
Western and non-western background
Foreign immigrants are categorised by country of origin. If a non-native
person was born abroad, the country of birth is considered to be the
country of origin. If he/she was born in the Netherlands, the mother's
country of birth is considered to be the country of origin, unless the
mother was also born in the Netherlands. In that case the father's country
of birth is considered to be the country of origin. The country of origin
of western immigrants is situated in Europe (excluding the Netherlands
and Turkey), North America, Indonesia, Japan and Oceania (e.g. Australia,
New Zealand). Non-natives whose country of origin is situated elsewhere
are defined as non-western immigrants.
Non-western
Non-western immigrants: country of origin is not situated in Europe
(excluding the Netherlands and Turkey), North America, Indonesia, Japan
and Oceania (e.g. Australia, New Zealand).
Non-western immigrants come from the following countries:
-Morocco;
-Turkey;
-Surinam;
-Netherlands Antilles and Aruba;
-Other non-western immigrants.
By country of origin
Non-western immigrants: country of origin is not situated in Europe
(excluding the Netherlands and Turkey), North America, Indonesia, Japan
and Oceania (e.g. Australia, New Zealand).
Non-western immigrants come from the following countries:
-Morocco;
-Turkey;
-Surinam;
-Netherlands Antilles and Aruba;
-Other non-western immigrants.
Surinam
1st generation Surinamese
Surinamese born abroad are defined as the 1st generation, Surinamese
born in the Netherlands as the 2nd generation.
2nd generation Surinamese
Surinamese born abroad are defined as the 1st generation, Surinamese
born in the Netherlands as the 2nd generation.
Disablement Insurance Act (WAO)
The number of benefits under the Disablement Insurance Act (WAO) not
terminated at the end of the period under review (current benefits).
Employee's who became sick on January the first of 2004 or later, can no
longer acquire a WAO benefit. Nothing will change for benefits already
paid under the WAO. As from January the first of 2006 there is a new
Disablement Insurance Act (WIA).
By ethnic background
The ethnic background of most benefit recipients living abroad is unknown.
Foreign background by generation
Non-natives born abroad are defined as the 1st generation, non-natives
born in the Netherlands as the 2nd generation.
Western/non-western foreign background
Foreign immigrants are categorised by country of origin. If a non-native
person was born abroad, the country of birth is considered to be the
country of origin. If he/she was born in the Netherlands, the mother's
country of birth is considered to be the country of origin, unless the
mother was also born in the Netherlands. In that case the father's country
of birth is considered to be the country of origin. The country of origin
of western immigrants is situated in Europe (excluding the Netherlands
and Turkey), North America, Indonesia, Japan and Oceania (e.g. Australia,
New Zealand). Non-natives whose country of origin is situated elsewhere
are defined as non-western immigrants.
Non-western
Non-western immigrants: country of origin is not situated in Europe
(excluding the Netherlands and Turkey), North America, Indonesia, Japan
and Oceania (e.g. Australia, New Zealand).
Non-western immigrants come from the following countries:
-Morocco;
-Turkey;
-Surinam;
-Netherlands Antilles and Aruba;
-Other non-western immigrants.
By country of origin
Non-western immigrants: the country of origin is not situated in
Europe (excluding the Netherlands and Turkey), North America, Indonesia,
Japan and Oceania (e.g. Australia, New Zealand).
Non-western immigrants come from the following countries:
-Morocco;
-Turkey;
-Surinam;
-Netherlands Antilles and Aruba;
-Other non-western immigrants.
Surinam
1st generation Surinamese
Surinamese born abroad are defined as the 1st generation, Surinamese born
in the Netherlands as the 2nd generation.
2nd generation Surinamese
Surinamese born abroad are defined as the 1st generation, Surinamese born
in the Netherlands as the 2nd generation.