Caribbean NL; income of private households

Caribbean NL; income of private households

Characteristics Caribbean Netherlands Periods Households (number) Disposable income (mean) (1 000 dollar) Disposable income (median) (1 000 dollar)
Type: One-parent family Caribbean Netherlands 2019* 1,300 26.8 23.1
Type: One-parent family Bonaire 2019* 950 26.3 22.9
Type: One-parent family St. Eustatius 2019* 250 27.6 22.6
Type: One-parent family Saba 2019* 100 . .
Type: One-parent family and other people Caribbean Netherlands 2019* 200 41.5 37.3
Type: One-parent family and other people Bonaire 2019* 150 42.4 38.5
Type: One-parent family and other people St. Eustatius 2019* 50 . .
Type: One-parent family and other people Saba 2019* 0 . .
Source: CBS.
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Table description


This table summarizes the income of private households in the Carribean Netherlands; the islands of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba. Households are differentiated according to composition, age of the main earner, main source of income and income level. The income level quartile groups are determined per island, since the income differences between the islands make a classification for the Caribbean Netherlands as a total difficult to interpret.

Population:
The population consists of the people in private households with income observed. The reference date is December 31 of the year under review.

Data is available starting from:
2011.

Status of the figures:
The figures for the years 2011 through 2018 are final.
The figures for 2019 are provisional.

Changes June 8, 2020:
The figures for 2018 are final. The figures for 2019 are provisional.

When will new figures be published?
New figures are expected in May 2022.

Description topics

Households
Number of persons with income in private households on December 31 of the year under review.
Disposable income (mean)
Disposable income equals gross income minus
- current transfers paid,
- income insurance premiums,
- health insurance premiums,
- tax on income and wealth.
Disposable income (median)
Disposable income equals gross income minus
- current transfers paid,
- income insurance premiums,
- health insurance premiums,
- tax on income and wealth.