40 percent international first-year students at Dutch universitiesArticles
More and more foreign students enrol at a Dutch university (WO) or university of applied science (HBO).
Education; education expenditure and CBS/OECD indicatorsFigures
Education expenditure and (inter)national indicators. Government, households, companies, foreign, per education sector, % GDP.
Government; expenditure on education and student grants, loans since 1900Figures
Government expenditure on education Per education sector, on student grants, loans and allowance, % GDP
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
Figures on education levels of municipal residents. This pertains to the highest education level that has been attained.
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.
Inflation rate 2.7 percent in 2021Articles
In 2021, consumer prices in the Netherlands rose by 2.7 percent on average relative to the previous year.
Inflation rate up to 2.7 percent in SeptemberArticles
The consumer price index (CPI) was 2.7 percent higher in September than in the same month last year.
Caribbean Netherlands; MBO students by level, sector and domainFigures
Prevocational secondary education, pupils Level, type of education, region
Adult general secondary educationOther
Education for adults at the secondary level, provided since 1993 at the lower and higher secondary levels (mavo, havo and vwo) and also for Dutch as a second language for highly educated people.
Labour participation; key figuresFigures
Labour force, unemployment rate, labour participation Sex, age, level of education
Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; key figuresFigures
Birth, death, life expectancy, health and disease, use of health care services, education and labour market, costs of care, care providers
Research and development; key figures per implementation sectorFigures
Employed persons, years of work, enterprises with in-house R&D activities Sectors, businesses, institutions, institutions of higher education
International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED)Other
An international multi-dimensional classification of education of UNESCO recommended by the United Nations. It divides education into the characteristics of level and sequencing of the program, preparation...
Labour participation; young peopleFigures
Labour force, unemployment, labour participation Young people (15-24 years), sex, in education or not
Pupil in regular primary education who belongs to a disadvantaged category. In order to calculate the financial contribution to schools, each pupil is assigned a weight. Special needs pupils are assigned...
Sale of new and/or used goods not produced by the seller to consumers (not professional users).
Caribbean Netherlands; pupils in primary and secondary educationFigures
Participants Gender, chararcteristics, region
Professional performing arts; capacity, performances, attendance, regionFigures
Performing arts; theatres and halls/stages, capacity, performances Region
Vacancies (new and filled); government and educationFigures
Vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies eight government sectors
Labour participation; attachment to the labour marketFigures
Employed and not employed, want to work, reasons to not want to work Sex, age, level of education
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.