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CBS Regional Data Centre/Veenendaal
A temporary data centre has been set up in the municipality of Veenendaal (Province of Utrecht) which is aimed at promoting data-driven working within the municipality.
CBS Rural Data Centre / Kempen region
On 12 December 2017, five rural municipalities in the province of Noord-Brabant (Bergeijk, Bladel, Eersel, Oirschot and Reusel-De Mierden) achieved a first by joining forces with CBS in the...
Half of employees experience aggression in the workplace
Last year, 48 percent of employees in the health care sector had to cope with workplace aggression, versus 33 percent of all employees.
Fewer traffic deaths in 2012
Last year, 650 people died in traffic accidents in the Netherlands, i.e. 11 fewer than in 2011. The number of traffic fatalities has dropped by 19.9 percent relative to 2006. The traffic death toll...
Fewer Dutch people are feeling unsafe
Feelings of unsafety among Dutch people are declining progressively. In 2012, 37 percent indicated that they felt unsafe occasionally in general terms, versus 32 percent in 2019.
Half of online shoppers have complaints
Of the Dutch population who have shopped online over the course of 2019, half have reported complaints. In 2015, 40 percent said they experienced problems related to online purchases.
Integration process is uphill struggle
Young people with non-western background still lagging behind in socio-economic terms compared to their native Dutch counterpartsIn socio-economic terms.
Distribution of well-being
Latest figures in the Monitor of well-being and the SDGs 2023 on distribution of well-being by sex, age, education level and origin/country of birth. Well-being is not evenly distributed across...
Using complexity science to understand social problems
On 1 January 2021, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) senior methodologist Frank Pijpers was appointed Professor of Complexity for Official Statistics at the University of Amsterdam (UvA).