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Figures for Education at a Glance 2010
Data on earnings from work for the population aged 25-64 years in 2008. Commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.
Employment in the agricultural sector and benefits paid from the sector's reduced-pay fund, 2013 (Dutch only)
This report includes results on employment in the agricultural sector, and benefits received by workers in this sector paid from the sector’s reduced-pay fund in 2013. In addition, the report...
Mothers working or claiming benefit 2009 (Dutch only)
At the request of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW), Statistics Netherlands’ Centre for Policy Related Statistics has calculated figures for 2009 on mothers by whether they had a...
Declining number of hours worked in temp jobs
The total number of hours worked in temp jobs decreased by 1.5 percent in the first quarter of 2016
Turnover and hours worked in temp jobs further up
Both turnover and hours worked in temp jobs increased in the third quarter of 2016.
Turnover temp agencies continues to rise
Turnover generated by temp employment agencies grew by 1.1 percent
Persons with a job or disablement benefit in Breda, by neighbourhood and background characteristics, 2009 (Dutch only)
Tables with number of people with a job and / or disablement benefit by neighbourhood and age, ethnic background and family composition. Commissioned by: municipality of Breda.
Annual flows in social security benefits, 2006-2011
Yearly figures on claimants of a disability benefit for young people (Wajong), income support benefit (WWB) and people working in a social employment scheme (WSW), in combination with whether they...
Labour market of 45-64 year-olds in 2008 (Dutch only)
The Centre for Policy Related Statistics has compiled a set of tables about the labour market of 45–64 year-olds without a job. Commissioned by: Council for Work and Income.
Custom-made tables for the Emancipation benchmark municipalities and employers (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on women in the areas of labour, income and combining work and family. The tables are broken down by municipality and by economic sector. The figures are available on the website...
Migrant workers in the region Limburg, 2012 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on migrant labour in the labour market in Limburg. The tables cover migrants from the European Union living or working in the Netherlands. Commissioned by: Limburg Economic...
More than half of couples with young children one-and-a-half-income earners
Last year, in 54 percent of couples with young children one partner was working on a full-time basis and the other partner on a part-time basis. This was also the case in 2008.
Wide public support for the police
The public at large supports the way in which the police operate, but this does not imply that Dutch citizens blindly obey the police and always support police actions and follow their instructions.
Getting back to work with reintegration support, fourth measurement (preliminary results) (Dutch only)
Tables on benefit claimants and jobseekers not entitled to a benefit who started a job, with and without reintegration support. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW)
Q4 economic growth 0.3 percent
The Dutch economy grew 0.3 percent in Q4 2015 relative to the previous quarter.
Nearly 180 thousand jobs filled by Polish workers
In 2017, over 838 thousand jobs in the Netherlands were filled by foreign workers. Polish workers constitute the largest group, occupying nearly 180 thousand jobs.
Mothers continue to work part-time when their children grow older
After the birth of their first child, most mothers continueworking, preferably part-time. As their children grow older, mothers rarely start working longer hours.
One in twelve welfare claimants found a job in 2009
Over 297 thousand individuals aged under 64 claimed welfare benefits at the end of 2008. One in twelve of them found a job in 2009.
Over 100 thousand fewer unemployed in 2017
The employed labour force (15-74 yrs) increased by 176 thousand in 2017.