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How resilient is the Netherlands?
On 19 May 2021 CBS published the Monitor of Well-being & Sustainable Development Goals 2021, which provides a broad description of the trends in well-being in our country.
Slowdown in job losses
In the third quarter of 2004 there were 109 thousand employee jobs less than in the third quarter of 2003. In the second quarter of 2004 the number of job losses was 119 thousand.
Inflation rate in 2004 lowest since 1989
According to the latest consumer price index (CPI), the average inflation rate in the Netherlands in 2004 was 1.2 percent, a record low since 1989. The low rate is mainly caused by falling prices for...
Environmental accounts; energy use by companies & households 1995 - 2013
Energy use by companies and households in the Dutch economy Energy, Energy use, Energy accounts Dutch economy, Energy supply
SDG 16.1 Security and peace
Latest data on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16 Peace, justice and strong institutions: security and peace. SDG 16.1 aims to promote a safe society in which everyone has access to a fair legal...
Deaths; murder and manslaughter, crime scene in The Netherlands, 1996-2018
Persons died as a result of murder or manslaughter by location and method crime scene located in the Netherlands (residents or non-residents)
Over 100 thousand jobs lost
In the first quarter of 2004 there were 107 thousand employee jobs less than in the first quarter of 2003. This means that job losses reached 1.4 percent. For the first time the number of women’s...
Fewer job losses
In the fourth quarter of 2004 there were 92 thousand jobs of employees less than in the fourth quarter van 2003. This brought job losses down to under 100 thousand for the first time in a year. The...
Unemployment below pre-crisis level for the first time
In the period December through February, the number of people aged 15 to 74 in paid employment grew by an average of 13 thousand per month. The number of employed stood at more than 8.9 million at...