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Business and ICT services; turnover index, 2015=100

Business and ICT services; turnover, 2015=100, change Naar bedrijfsactiviteit (SBI 2008)

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Dutch digital skills at the top in Europe

The Netherlands ranks among the top of EU countries with the largest share of inhabitants who are proficient in using the internet, computers and software (digital skills).

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ICT sector growing faster than the economy

In 2018, ICT companies showed stronger growth in gross value added than the Dutch economy as a whole compared to the previous year.

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Online purchases: more digital products and fewer physical goods

In 2022 ,74 percent of the Dutch population aged 12 years and up said they had purchased something online. This is less than last year, when 77 percent had made online purchases

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Nearly three quarters of the Dutch population use smart devices

Nearly three quarters of the Dutch population aged 12 and over currently own one or more devices that are connected to the internet and transfer data to one another without human intervention.

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ICT and Economic growth

In our present-day world, economic growth is mainly achieved through innovation and increased productivity, which puts knowledge and technology at the heart of the economic policy debate. ICT has a...

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Young men now more likely to have paid work than young women

In December 2022, net labour participation among young men exceeded the rate among young women.

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ICT, knowledge and the economy 2012

ICT, knowledge and the economy 2012 describes the Dutch knowledge-based economy on the basis of its pillars ICT, innovation and R&D.

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ICT, knowledge and the economy 2011

ICT, knowledge and the economy is the combined continuation of the seriesThe digital economy and Knowledge and the economy published annually by Statistics Netherlands until last year.

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ICT, knowledge and the economy 2013

ICT, knowledge and the economy 2013 extensively describes how individuals and companies use ICT. Other aspects of the knowledge economy, such as education and research, are extensively dealt with as...

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ICT sector growth above average

In the period 2011-2015, the Dutch ICT sector showed stronger growth than the overall economy.

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ICT, knowledge and the economy 2016, summary

This summary in English reviews the key facts from each chapter of the publication, item by item.

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Linking ICT related Innovation Adoption and Productivity

E-business systems are increasingly considered as important examples of ICT related innovations embodied in software applications, the adoption of which is essential for capturing the fruits of...

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Growing number of ICT professionals self-employed

The number of self-employed information and communication technology (ICT) specialists has increased over the period 2000-2010. ICT specialists are also more often educated at higher vocational...

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Many ICT security incidents in private sector

The rate of ICT-related security incidents appears to be fairly high in the Netherlands.

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ICT workers at home most often during coronavirus crisis

In Q2 2020, (partial) telecommuting was most prevalent among employees with ICT occupations.

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Shift towards more productive firms mainly in ICT-intensive sectors

ICT has had a positive effect on the Dutch economy between 2000 and December 2010. Firms became more productive in sectors where ICT is used intensively.

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ICT use by companies by company size, 2008

ICT workers, internal and external networks, software, ADE, SCM, RFID Company size

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ICT use by companies broken down by sector of industry (SIC 2008), 2008

Internal and external networks, ICT applications, ADE, SCM, RFID Sector of Industry (SIC 2008)

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Characteristics of three ICT professional groups in 2014. (Dutch only).

Custom-made table on background characteristics of three ICT professional groups in 2014.

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