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Monthly labour participation and unemployment

Employed, unemployed and not included in labour force according to international definition by sex and age

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Labour participation; young people

Labour force, unemployment, labour participation Young people (15-24 years), sex, in education or not

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Labour participation; key figures

Labour force, unemployment rate, labour participation Sex, age, level of education

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Government participation; public and private corporations

Significant participation (0.01% of GDP) of the government on corporation capital of public and private corporations.

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Labour participation; key figures, 2003-2022

Labour force, unemployment rate, labour participation Sex, age, level of education

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Labour participation; position in the household

Labour force, unemployment, labour participation Position in household, sex, age

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Labour participation; attachment to the labour market

Employed and not employed, want to work, reasons to not want to work Sex, age, level of education

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Mobility; traffic participation and participation in public transport

Percentage traffic participation, public transport participation personal characteristics,

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Labour participation among young men restored

More young men have started working over the past two years. For a long time, net labour participation among young men lagged behind the female rate.

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Labour participation; young people

Labour force, unemployment, labour participation Young people (15-24 years), sex, in education or not

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Labour participation; attachment to the labour market

Employed and not employed, want to work, reasons to not want to work Sex, age, level of education

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Participant in traffic

Someone who participates in traffic as a pedestrian or as the user of a means of transport (driver or passenger).

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Net labour participation rate

The percentage of the employed labour force in the population (labour force and not in the labour force).

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Gross labour participation rate

The percentage of the (employed and unemployed) labour force in the population (labour force and not in the labour force).

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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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Heerlen introduces digital rewards for local participation

How do you encourage residents to get involved in their local community?

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Nearly 240 thousand bullying victims in 2021

In 2021, nearly 2 percent of the Dutch population aged 15 years and over reported they had been bullied in the previous year.

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Labour participation; position in the household

Labour force, unemployment, labour participation Position in household, sex, age

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Young people relatively often choose secondary vocational education

After secondary education, young people up to the age of 25 are more likely to attend secondary vocational education (MBO) than higher vocational education (HBO) or university (WO).

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Fewer people do volunteer work

In 2021, the number of people engaging in volunteer work continued to decline.

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Continuing vocational training

Continuing vocational training incidence participation intensity costs Total

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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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Labour participation of status holders stagnating

Of the status holders who obtained an asylum residence permit in 2014, 43 percent had a job by mid-2020.

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Civil justice

Administration of justice in cases of disputes between individual citizens, between companies, or between citizens and companies.

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Report on Integration and Society, 2022

The Report on Integration and Society (Rapportage Integratie en Samenleven) describes how groups of different origins relate to the average of the Dutch population.

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