|SIC 2008||Classification of occupation||Periods||New vacancies (x 1 000)|
|O-Q Government and care||013 Child care workers and teachers' ...||2021*||.|
|O-Q Government and care||105 Personal care workers||2021*||26.9|
|87 Residential care and guidance||013 Child care workers and teachers' ...||2021*||.|
|87 Residential care and guidance||105 Personal care workers||2021*||16.6|
This table contains the numbers of new job vacancies that have arisen in the private and public sectors.
The data on new vacancies are broken down by:
- economic activity according to the Dutch SBI 2008 Standard Industrial Classification;
- occupational classification according to the ROA-CBS 2014 (BRC 2014);
Data available from: 2018
Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are provisional.
Changes as of 1 June 2022:
It was erroneously stated that the unit of new vacancies was expressed in hundreds. This has been corrected to thousands.
Changes as of 17 May 2022:
None, this is a new table.
When will new figures be published?
Figures over 2022 will be added in May 2023.
- New vacancies
- New vacancies are vacancies that have arisen during the reporting period. Filled vacancies are vacancies that have been filled during the reporting period. The vacancies that expired during the reporting period without being filled are also added to the filled vacancies.