Vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies
eight government sectors
Supply and use by products of activity
Groups of products of activity (CPA)
In 2018 defence expenditure expressed as a percentage of GDP amounted to 1.2 percent. Government expenditure on defecen rose by over 0.5 billion to 9.1 billion euros.
Government expenditure and final consumption by function (COFOG):
General public services, defense, health, education and social protection
Type of monument, province, municipality
Monuments & historic buildings as listed by the Cultural Heritage Agency
By type of monument, regional division of the Netherlands
In 2014 public expenditure on defence declined by 191 million euros to 7.4 billion euros. Dutch defence expenditure has shown a downward trend for the past five years, in spite of a slight increase in expenditure in 2013. Defence expenditure has shown a decline of 1.1 billion euros since 2009.
The average age for employees to go into retirement has risen further to 64.1 years in 2014. The number of 55 to 65-year-olds going into retirement is declining rapidly. Because the population is ageing, the total retired population has grown to 3.1 million.
Patents, patent applications EPO and NLOC
Economic activity (SIC93)
Collectively negotiated wages rose by 1.6 percent last year, i.e. 0.5 percentage points more than in 2011. The inflation rate over 2012 was 2.5 percent and has been above the increase in collectively agreed wages for the past thirty months.
Collectively agreed wage rates in the Netherlands rose by 1.7 percent in the third quarter of 2012. This is the largest increase in collectively agreed wages since the end of 2009. The increase is still below the level of inflation, which was 2.3 percent.
In 2010, the Dutch government spent nearly 1.3 billion euro on actions to address climate change. Important in this respect are energy-saving projects and the promotion of renewable energy sources, like wind energy.
Public expenditure on defence declined by 1.8 percent last year from 8.3 to 8.1 billion euro. The decline in 2010 was 3.6 percent.
Selection of Statistics Netherlands releases in the period 17 - 21 September 2012 (Week 38).
Number of local units
Economic activity (SIC 2008) and regions
Number of enterprises by size (8 classes) and legal form (2 classes)
Economic activities in 1252 sections/divisions/groups/classes (NCEA 2008)
GDP Volume changes, Value added, volume changes
By region and industry
Output, intermediate consumption, value added, compensation of
employees, operating surplus, labour input by industry and by region
Tthe Dutch economy grew by 1.1 percent in the third quarter of 2011 compared with same quarter last year.
According to the flash estimate, the Dutch economy grew by 3.2 percent in the first quarter of this year relative to the same quarter in 2010. This growth figure is the highest recorded in the last three years.