Part-timers often financially vulnerableArticles
Among employed 20 to 64-year-old men, 13 percent were living on paid incomes below the social security level. Employed women are twice as often not able to fend for themselves; they are financially vulnerable....
The Netherlands in numbers, 2021 editionPublications
The Netherlands in numbers (2021 edition) answers 36 questions about our country by means of images and text.
More flex workers with a migration backgroundArticles
People with a non-western migration background are less likely to be in paid work than those with a native Dutch background. Those who do have paid work relatively often have a flexible contract.
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.
Fewer employees with permanent contractArticles
The composition of the employed labour force in the Netherlands has changed in the last ten years. It now comprises fewer employees with a permanent position, but more with flexible contracts and self-employed...
Current transactions by sectors; National AccountsFigures
Current transactions and balancing items of institutional sectors Sectors, resources and uses, balancing items
More young people with a flexible employment contractArticles
In 2012, 627 thousand young people were no longer studying but working. About 40 percent had a flexible employment contract. In 2002 this was 24 percent.
Social security; key figures, number of benefitsFigures
Number of social security benefits Total number of benefits
GDP, output and expenditures; value, Quarterly National AccountsFigures
Production, expenditures, income and external economic transactions. Values at current prices and chainlinked volume 2015 prices
Approaches of domestic product (GDP); National AccountsFigures
Data on the output components, final expenditure categories and income components of gross domestic products, annual data
Temp agencies positive about fourth quarter 2013Articles
The amount of hours worked in temp jobs increased in the fourth quarter of 2013 relative to the third quarter. The number of hours worked on secondment basis also grew.
Increase in temporary contracts with prospect of permanent appointmentArticles
More and more employees in the Netherlands have a temporary employment contract that offers the likelihood of a permanent appointment. Most of them are younger employees
More work-related mental fatigueArticles
In 2017, 16 percent of employees between the ages of 15 and 75 indicated they experienced work-related mental fatigue at least several times per month.
Government revenue; transactions, sectorsFigures
Government revenue (ESA 2010). Current and capital transactions, sectors, quarters.
Selection of Statistics Netherlands releases in the period 28 May - 1 June 2012 (Week 22).
More and more short-term unemployment benefitsArticles
The number of unemployment (WW) benefits has risen in recent years to over 400 thousand by the end of September 2013. Inflow and outflow are increasing. The amount of short-term WW benefits has grown dramatically.
More graduates and less alcohol consumption among young people in 2020Articles
With a pandemic ongoing, the year 2020 reshaped the lives of young people in the Netherlands.
Government expenditure; transactions, sectorsFigures
Government expenditure (ESA 2010). Current and capital transactions, sectors, quarters.
Trade and industry; employment and finance per sector, SIC 2008Figures
Trade and industry; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, results Industry, construction, trade, transport, personal and business services
Twice as many naturalisations in 2020Articles
Last year, 49 thousand persons became naturalised citizens of the Netherlands, which is almost double the number in 2019.
Unemployment declined further in FebruaryArticles
In the period December through February, unemployment declined by an average of 8 thousand per month. This resulted in 336 thousand unemployed in February 2022, i.e. 3.4 percent of the labour force.