1 in 5 young workers experience work-related stressArticles
Of all young people between the ages of 15 and 25 in paid employment, 21 percent reported regular or frequent work-related stress in 2021.
Slightly more children experiencing parental separationArticles
In 2019, the share of minor children (under 18) witnessing their parents’ divorce or separation stood at 1.5 percent. This is equivalent to nearly 49 thousand children, 6.5 thousand more than in 1999.
Nearly 2.5 million people victims of cybercrime in 2021Articles
In 2021, nearly 2.5 million people in the Netherlands aged 15 or older (17 percent of the population) said they had fallen victim to cybercrime. Most victims encountered online scams and fraud.
Nearly half of young people see only negative effects of COVID-19 crisisArticles
In the first few months of 2021, 47 percent of young people in the Netherlands between the ages of 12 and 25 indicated that their lives were negatively affected by the coronavirus crisis in general.
More businesses experience shortages of staff and materialsArticles
At the beginning of Q2 2022, staff shortages formed the largest obstacle for entrepreneurs in carrying out their business activities.
CBS expertise on large enterprises in high demandArticles
The Dutch economy relies to a great extent on multinationals and large companies which operate worldwide.
Sensor Data Challenge 2021: experimenting with smart sensorsArticles
The third Sensor Data Challenge took place on 22 and 23 April 2021.
Girls perceive more performance pressure than boysArticles
Almost half of teenage girls in the Netherlands regularly or frequently feel pressure to perform because of internal expectations. The proportion is lower among boys: 3 in 10.
More optimism among entrepreneurs, but not in all sectorsArticles
At the beginning of Q2 2021, business confidence was cautiously positive for the first time since the onset of the coronavirus crisis, although manufacturers in many sectors are still gloomy.
CBS successfully updates application landscape with PhoenixArticles
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) has worked step-by-step towards a new application landscape in recent years.
Distribution of well-being in 2020 similar to 2019Articles
Well-being is not equally distributed in the Netherlands.
CBS contributes to harmonisation of European labour force surveyArticles
News article on the contribution of Statistics Netherlands (CBS) to the harmonisation of European labour force survey
Automatically detect solar panels with aerial photosOther
Solar power is an important renewable energy source. This article explains the research conducted by Statistics Netherlands to map the numbers and locations of solar panels more accurately using deep learning...
LinkedIn creates clear picture of graduate skillsOther
What skills can new graduates offer? This information is important for a better understanding of the match between supply and demand in the labour market
The international road to new forms of data collectionOther
CBS hosted two UNECE workshops in October, on data collection and statistics communication.
On Tuesday 12 February 2019, eight Frisian organisations, including the province, three municipalities, three knowledge institutes and the CBS (Statistics Netherlands), signed a cooperation agreement to...
CBS showcases innovative products and servicesOther
On the innovationportal CBS presents its services and products in development in the field of innovation.
Statistics Netherlands invests in Spark to process big dataOther
Over the next few months, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) will invest in a new computer system: Spark.
Statistics Netherlands is committed to providing online information that is user friendly, accessible, well designed and findable.
European countries working together on big dataOther
On 23 and 24 February the first ESSnet Big Data Dissemination Workshop took place in Sofia