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Fewer families with married parents

The composition of families in the Netherlands has changed in the last ten years. More parents are not married and there are fewer large families.

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Family formation immigrants 2006-2011 (Dutch only)

Custom-made tables on family formation immigrants and their referees, and migrants with other migration motives for the period 2006-2011, by personal characteristics, living situation and income....

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Work and family reunification main reasons for immigration

In 2018, the Netherlands received 191 thousand non-Dutch immigrants. They included 110 thousand people from EU/EFTA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland); the main migration...

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Syrian immigrants often live in a family setting

A total of 29 thousand Syrians registered as residents of a Dutch municipality in 2014 and 2015. Syrian immigrants are young compared to other recent immigrants in the Netherlands and they often live...

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Following family members outnumber asylum seekers in Q1

In Jan-Mar 2017, 4 thousand asylum seekers and 5.3 thousand following family members arrived in the Netherlands.

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Family businesses in the Netherlands 2015-2018

In addition to the number of enterprises, the results of this research also include figures on the number of employee jobs and their characteristics, turnover and value added. Figures are broken down...

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Family reunion still main reason for immigration

Family reunion is still the main reason for migration, but labour and asylum are rising.

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Many Caribbean households consist of extended families

Just over one in ten households in the Caribbean Netherlands comprise relatives in addition to the nuclear family. These extended families in one household are rare in the Netherlands. Nearly half of...

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More families with parent(s) over 50

More children living at home have older parents. Nearly one in three parents with children living at home were in their fifties in 2010.

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More and more families with two working parents

Last year, there were 1.6 million couples with at least one underage child in the Netherlands. In 77 percent of these families both parents worked.

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More purchasing power for families with young children

The median purchasing power of the population in the Caribbean Netherlands increased once again in 2016. On all three islands, the purchasing power of families with young children increased the most.

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Young people (12-29 yrs) and families, 2003

Family situation broken down by background characteristics such as gender, age, composition of the household and degree of urbanisation

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Half of social security benefits go to families with children

Nearly half (49 percent) of the 330 thousand people on social security have children, but there are considerable differences between native Dutch and people with a non-western background. Native...

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Family-related immigration to the Netherlands, 2007 (Dutch only)

At the request of Berenschot consultancy, Statistics Netherlands' Centre for Policy Related Statistics has composed a set of tables on immigration to the Netherlands of migrants with family-related...

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Large families less likely to use formal child care

Families with three or more children under 13 years of age use formal childcare provisions less often than smaller families.

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One in seven underage children live in a single-parent family

The population of the Netherlands includes 3.5 million underage children. One in seven of these children live with just one parent. This proportion varies strongly between municipalities.

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