Transport; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, financial results
Land, water and air transport, warehousing and services for transport
characteristics household, characteristics dwelling
Smoking, alcohol consumption, overweight, height, weight,
contraceptive pill use and preventive screening.
Services; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, financial results
Hotels, information and communication. personal and business services
Water supply, waste; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, results
Water supply, sewerage, waste collection and treatment, remediation
With 26 thousand dollars, the highest median disposable income in the Caribbean Netherlands in 2013 was surveyed on St Eustatius, followed by Saba and Bonaire (both 23 thousand dollars). St Eustatius also has the highest income inequality.
Areas of sustainability (EU figures)
The median disposable income in the Caribbean Netherlands in 2012 was highest in St Eustatius (27 thousand USD), followed by Saba (24 thousand USD) and Bonaire (23 thousand USD).
Customised table on the composition and distribution of Dutch household income and assets per the 1st of January 2013. The table provides data on the income of all private households in 2012 and the value of their personal assets on the 1st of January 2013. The results are broken down by age group of the household’s main earner. Commissioned by: CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
GP, specialist, dentist, fysiotherapist, hospitalisation, medicine use
Sex, age, educational level
Custom-made table about the wage distribution of employees in the sector Health and Welfare (excluding child care and child care centres) in 2013. The results of the study only apply to employees, as the income of self-employed people is not included. The table contains information about the basic wages in the year 2013 of the main jobs of the employees in this sector. The basic wage is comparable with the contractual wage, but excluding 'special payments such as bonuses and holiday allowances and excluding overtime pay. The table also provides an overview of the wage distribution in the sector Health and Welfare when medical specialists and employees in care and social services are not taken into consideration. Commissioned by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS).
Perceived state of health, chronic disorders, functional limitations,
mental complaints, infectious diseases; by personal characteristic
Agriculture services; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, results
Support activities for agriculture
Car trade; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, financial results
Import, sale and repair of cars, trucks and motorcycles
Retail trade; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, financial results
Supermarkets, petrol stations, shops selling clothing and furnature
Wholesale trade; jobs, labour volume, costs and revenues, results
Wholesale of food, consumer goods, ICT-equipment and machinery
Primary and secondary income distribution of the section households
Region and period
More and more women, in particular the youngest generations, participate on the labour market. As a result of this development, the distribution of working hours between partners has also changed. The most frequent combination today is for one partner to have a full-time job and for the other partner to have a large part-time job
Happiness, satisfaction with life,
Education level, socio-economic category, main source of income
happiness, satisfaction with life,
income level, holidays, housing
Environmental accounts; water use and water abstraction
Water use or abstraction by industry and type of water
GDP and labour productivity, Employed labour force, Quality of life
Today Statistics Netherlands publishes De Nederlandseeconomie2013.
Bankruptcies; monthly figures on pronounced bankruptcies, divided by
legal form and main activity based on the SBI '93 classification.