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Caribbean Netherlands; labour participation, key figures

Labour force, unemployment rate, labour participation Sex, age, level of education

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Caribbean Netherlands: relatively many temporary workers on Saba

In 2018, 72 percent of the 15 to 74-year-olds in the Caribbean Netherlands were in paid employment.

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Monthly turnover figures using nowcasting

Nowcasting with mixed-frequency time series methods

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Largest number of enterprise births since 2009

In 2017 there were 73 thousand more enterprise births than deaths, the highest number since 2009.

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8 in 10 working millionaires are self-employed

Eighty percent of working millionaire breadwinners are self-employed.

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23 thousand people with a non-Dutch nationality start up their own business

One in six new firms started up in the Netherlands in 2014 were owned by persons with at least one non-Dutch nationality.

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The Dutch sport economy, 2006-2012 (Dutch only)

Report and tables on the sport satellite account. Commissioned by: Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport.

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Monitor topsectors 2015 (Dutch only)

Report and dashboard containing the results, description of methods and (custom-made) data tables regarding the nine top business sectors within the Netherlands (the so-called...

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Shift towards more productive firms mainly in ICT-intensive sectors

ICT has had a positive effect on the Dutch economy between 2000 and December 2010. Firms became more productive in sectors where ICT is used intensively.

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Private sector invariably positive

At the beginning of the second quarter, business confidence in the Dutch private sector is at the same level as in the first quarter. Over the past six quarters, the mood has been positive.

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Macroeconomic imbalances factsheet

The European Union has formulated the so called Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure. By means of a scoreboard, the European Commission judges whether there are (potential) imbalances within the member...

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Growing business confidence

At the beginning of the fourth quarter, business confidence, the indicator reflecting the mood in the Dutch private sector was higher than in the third quarter.

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Manufacturing industry expects to invest more

Statistics Netherlands’ spring survey shows that manufacturers expect to invest 9 percent more this year than in 2013.

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Labour productivity in electrical engineering and machine construction (Dutch only)

This reports describes the electrical engineering and machine construction sectors in the Netherlands, labour productivity in these sectors and a number of labour productivity determinants....

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Women aged between 25 and 30 have higher hourly wages than men

The gross-wage gender gap was nearly 18 percent in 2012 which means that, on average, for each euro men earned, women earned 0.82 eurocents. Women in the age category 25-30 earned higher hourly wages...

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Bankruptcies soar to record level in 2013

Last year, 12,306 bankruptcies were filed; 10 percent more than in 2012. This is the highest number since bankruptcies were first tracked in 1951, but the increase was smaller in the latter half of...

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The Rationale of spatial economic top sector policy

Cities and clusters are important from an economical point of view. According to various national and international studies, agglomeration economies mean that businesses in urban areas and clusters...

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Expenditure on apprenticeship training programmes marginally up in 2012

Last year, certified companies providing practical experience and training spent 2.5 billion euros on apprenticeship training programmes, i.e. 37 million euros more than in 2011.

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Retail turnover down

Turnover generated by the Dutch retail sector was 0.7 percent down in August from August 2012. Prices of retail commodities were on average 2.4 percent higher. The volume of retail sales fell by 3.0...

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Household debt marginally down

The total debt of households and non-financial companies amounted to more than 1.3 trillion euros by the end of June, i.e. 223.7 percent of the GDP. This so-called private debt-to-GDP ratio was...

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Number of jobs continues to fall

The number of jobs of employees was 147 thousand lower in the second quarter of 2013 than in the same period of 2012, a reduction by 1.9 percent.

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Nearly half a million employed annually involved in industrial accidents

Last year, 478 thousand people (7 percent of all employed) were involved in workplace accidents resulting in physical injuries or mental damage. Most accidents occur in the sectors hotels and...

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Retail turnover down

In May 2013, turnover generated by the Dutch retail sector was 0.6 percent down from May 2012. Retail prices were 2.5 percent higher, whereas the volume of retail sales was 3.0 percent below the...

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One in ten large companies relocate activities abroad

Ten percent of large companies in the Netherlands moved business activities to another country in the period 2009-2011. Lower wage costs were an important factor in this respect

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Many strike days in 2012

Last year, 219 thousand working days were lost in the Netherlands, the highest number since 2002.

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