Caribbean NL; income up to social minimum benchmark

Caribbean NL; income up to social minimum benchmark

Income threshold Caribbean Netherlands Periods Private households (number) Private households relative (%)
Total Bonaire 2020* 8,600
Total St. Eustatius 2020* 1,250
Total Saba 2020* 750
Classified Bonaire 2020* 8,000 100
Classified St. Eustatius 2020* 1,200 100
Classified Saba 2020* 700 100
Income up to 50% benchmark soc. minimum Bonaire 2020* 950 12
Income up to 50% benchmark soc. minimum St. Eustatius 2020* 150 12
Income up to 50% benchmark soc. minimum Saba 2020* 50 6
Income up to 75% benchmark soc. minimum Bonaire 2020* 1,500 19
Income up to 75% benchmark soc. minimum St. Eustatius 2020* 250 20
Income up to 75% benchmark soc. minimum Saba 2020* 100 11
Income up to 90% benchmark soc. minimum Bonaire 2020* 2,000 25
Income up to 90% benchmark soc. minimum St. Eustatius 2020* 350 29
Income up to 90% benchmark soc. minimum Saba 2020* 150 19
Income up to 100% benchmark soc.minimum Bonaire 2020* 2,300 29
Income up to 100% benchmark soc.minimum St. Eustatius 2020* 400 33
Income up to 100% benchmark soc.minimum Saba 2020* 150 23
Income up to 110% benchmark soc.minimum Bonaire 2020* 2,750 34
Income up to 110% benchmark soc.minimum St. Eustatius 2020* 450 39
Income up to 110% benchmark soc.minimum Saba 2020* 200 29
Income up to 125% benchmark soc.minimum Bonaire 2020* 3,300 41
Income up to 125% benchmark soc.minimum St. Eustatius 2020* 550 45
Income up to 125% benchmark soc.minimum Saba 2020* 250 34
Not classified Bonaire 2020* 600
Not classified St. Eustatius 2020* 50
Not classified Saba 2020* 50
Source: CBS.
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Table description


This table summarizes figures on (persons in) private households with income up to the social minimum benchmark in the Caribbean Netherlands; the islands Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba. This benchmark is determined by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment for various types of households. For households, persons and minor children the figures are presented in both absolute and relative (as a percentage of the total population with benchmark defined) numbers. Besides, the table differentiates several levels relative to the social minimum benchmark.

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

Data is available starting from:
2018.

Status of the figures:
The figures for 2018 and 2019 are final. The figures for 2020 are provisional.

Changes June 30, 2022:
None, this is a new table.
The social benchmark amounts underlying to this table are re-established. Therefore the figures in this table differ from previously published figures (see relevant tables).

When will new figures be published?
New figures are expected in September 2023.

Description topics

Private households
Number of private households with a known income on December 31st of the reporting year.

A private household is a collection of one or more people who share the same living space and provide in their own everyday needs in a private, non-commercial way.
Private households relative
The number of households as a percentage of the total population of households for which a social minimum benchmark is defined.