COVID-19 impact on labour and incomeOther
The coronavirus crisis affects nearly the entire population of the Netherlands and will certainly be reflected in CBS statistics that are to be published.
Government; Taxes and social contributionsFigures
Revenue collected from taxes and social contributions Types of taxes and social contributions
Economic contraction 0.5 percent in Q1 2021Articles
In Q1 2021, gross domestic product (GDP) decreased by 0.5 percent relative to the previous quarter.
Harmonised index of consumer prices (HICP)Dashboards
The HICP is a price index calculated according to standardised EU guidelines.
Caribbean Netherlands: more births in 2020Articles
Last year, 830 new inhabitants were added to the population of the Caribbean Netherlands. This was mainly due to foreign migration.
Heat maps with income level of men and womenOther
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) is studying new types of visualisations to present complex data at a glance.
Female entrepreneurs just as internationally active as male entrepreneursArticles
Female entrepreneurs in the Dutch business economy are engaged in international activities to virtually the same degree as their male counterparts.
Care expenditure 5.2 percent up in 2019Articles
In 2019, expenditure on care and welfare, including child care, amounted to 106.2 billion euros.
How many people are key workers in the Netherlands?Other
Schools and childcare centres in the Netherlands have been closed as a measure against the spread of coronavirus. Parents and guardians who work in crucial sectors can rely on arranged childcare so they can continue their activities.
Mostly working parents in the Caribbean NetherlandsArticles
In 2018, most children living at home in the Caribbean Netherlands had working parents.
A plea for consistent income inequality figuresArticles
There is a lot of social debate about income inequality. Has income inequality increased over the longer term or not?
One in five primary school teachers are over 55Articles
The teaching workforce in primary education is currently ageing. In the 2003/’04 school year, 11 percent of primary teachers were 55 years of age or over, as against 21 percent in 2017/’18.
Dutch use childcare more than other EU countriesArticles
Three-quarters of Dutch children below the age of 3 was in childcare in 2014, the highest share of all EU countries.
Number of Dutch children in child care facilities declined by 72 thousand between 2012 and 2014Articles
Childcare by municipality in the Netherlands, 2014 (Dutch only)Figures
Custom-made tables concerning the amount of hours children spend in several types of day care and the number of children per type of day care in 2014 broken down by municipality. Commissioned by: Buitenhek Management & Consult.
Wage distribution of employees in the sector Health and Welfare, 2013 (Dutch only)Figures
Custom-made table about the wage distribution of employees in the sector Health and Welfare (excluding child care and child care centres) in 2013. The results of the study only apply to employees, as the income of self-employed people is not included. The table contains information about the basic wages in the year 2013 of the main jobs of the employees in this sector. The basic wage is comparable with the contractual wage, but excluding 'special payments such as bonuses and holiday allowances and excluding overtime pay. The table also provides an overview of the wage distribution in the sector Health and Welfare when medical specialists and employees in care and social services are not taken into consideration. Commissioned by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS).
more and more businesses in the NetherlandsArticles
The number of registered businesses in the Netherlands increased by just over 65 thousand in 2014. In the first quarter of 2015 it rose by nearly 12 thousand. This means there are now a record number of nearly 1.5 million companies in the Netherlands. The main cause of the increase is a rise in the number of one-man businesses
Households with children aged 0-12 by childcare allowance, full-time equivalent and gross household income (Dutch only)Figures
Custom-made tables regarding the number and share of households with children aged 0-12 receiving childcare allowances broken down by type of household, number of parents in the household with a primary income, full-time equivalent and gross household income, 2007-2013. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.
higher child care costs have not reduced labour participation of parentsArticles
The Dutch government cut back on child care allowances in the period 2009-2013. The subsequent higher child care costs have resulted in young children spending fewer hours in formal child care. In spite of this, the participation of their parents on the labour market has not changed in comparison with parents of older children.Key words: working hours, working mothers, child care.
Childcare in Etten-Leur en Roosendaal, 2013 (Dutch only)Figures
Use of childcare facilities in Etten-Leur en Roosendaal: number of childcare hours, children and households by type of childcare, personal characteristics of the children and the applicant, household income and municipality, district and neighbourhood. Commissioned by:the Kober Group.
Childcare by municipality in the Netherlands, 2012 (Dutch only)Figures
Use of childcare facilities in the Netherlands: number of childcare hours, children and households by type of childcare, personal characteristics of the children and the applicant, household income and municipality, district and neighbourhood. This set of tables contains a recalculation of the 2012 figures, excluding households that no longer qualify for a childcare allowance under 2013 legislation. Commissioned by: Bureau Buitenhek.