Caribbean Netherlands; labour participation, young people (15-24 years)

Caribbean Netherlands; labour participation, young people (15-24 years)

Sex In formal education Caribbean Netherlands Periods Labour force Employed labour force Professional status Self-employed person Contributing family worker (number)
Total male and female Total Caribbean Netherlands 2020 20
Total male and female Total Bonaire 2020 10
Total male and female Total St. Eustatius 2020 0
Total male and female Total Saba 2020 0
Total male and female In formal education Caribbean Netherlands 2020 0
Total male and female In formal education Bonaire 2020 0
Total male and female In formal education St. Eustatius 2020 0
Total male and female In formal education Saba 2020 0
Total male and female Not in formal education Caribbean Netherlands 2020 20
Total male and female Not in formal education Bonaire 2020 10
Total male and female Not in formal education St. Eustatius 2020 0
Total male and female Not in formal education Saba 2020 0
Male Total Caribbean Netherlands 2020 20
Male Total Bonaire 2020 10
Male Total St. Eustatius 2020 0
Male Total Saba 2020 0
Male In formal education Caribbean Netherlands 2020 0
Male In formal education Bonaire 2020 0
Male In formal education St. Eustatius 2020 0
Male In formal education Saba 2020 0
Male Not in formal education Caribbean Netherlands 2020 20
Male Not in formal education Bonaire 2020 10
Male Not in formal education St. Eustatius 2020 0
Male Not in formal education Saba 2020 0
Female Total Caribbean Netherlands 2020 0
Female Total Bonaire 2020 0
Female Total St. Eustatius 2020 0
Female Total Saba 2020 0
Female In formal education Caribbean Netherlands 2020 0
Female In formal education Bonaire 2020 0
Female In formal education St. Eustatius 2020 0
Female In formal education Saba 2020 0
Female Not in formal education Caribbean Netherlands 2020 0
Female Not in formal education Bonaire 2020 0
Female Not in formal education St. Eustatius 2020 0
Female Not in formal education Saba 2020 0
Source: CBS.
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Table description


This table contains yearly figures on labour participation of young people living on Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba (the Caribbean Netherlands). The population of 15 to 24 years of age (excluding the institutionalized population) is divided into the employed labour force, the unemployed labour force and those not in the labour force. The employed labour force is subdivided on the basis of the professional status and the average working hours. A division by sex and whether they are in education is available.

Data available from: 2012

Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are final.

Changes as of 13 July 2021:
The figures of 2020 are added.

When will new figures be published?
New figures will be published every two years.

Description topics

Labour force
People
- who have paid work (employed labour force), or
- who don’t have paid work, recently looked for work and are directly available for it (unemployed labour force).

This definition concerns people who live in the Caribbean Netherlands (excluding the institutionalized population). The figures are usually presented for the population aged 15 to 74 years old. Paid work is regardless of the hours worked.
Employed labour force
People who have paid work.

This definition concerns people who live in the Caribbean Netherlands (excluding the institutionalized population). The figures are usually presented for the population aged 15 to 74 years old. Paid work is regardless of the hours worked.
Professional status
Classification of the employed labour force into:
Employee
-  permanent
-  temporary
Self-employed
-  without employees (solo self-employed)
-  with employees
-  contributing family worker

When a person has more than one job, the job in which most hours are worked, is used.
Self-employed person
A person who works for his/her own account and risk
-  in an own company or practice (self-employed entrepreneur), or
-  as an owner-manager, or
-  in the company or practice of a family member (contributing family worker), or
-  as another self-employed person (for example in an independent profession).

When a person has more than one job, the job in which most hours are worked, is used.

Contributing family worker
A person who works, not on the basis of a an explicit employment contract, in the company or practice of the partner or parents.

When a person has more than one job, the job in which most hours are worked, is used.