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Large income gap between working fathers and mothers
In 2011, the average gross annual wage of female employees was 33 thousand euro, i.e. 55 percent of the average income of their male colleagues who earned 58 thousand euro. The gender income gap is...
The significance of the 'CUMELA' sector for rural areas in the Netherlands (extra analyses) (Dutch only)
Tables of workers in the CUMELA who live in rural areas of the Netherlands, 2006 and 2009. Data are available on request. Commissioned by: CUMELA Nederland.
Early this year, 90 thousand employees living in Belgium or Germany were working in the Netherlands. The number of cross-border commuters has increased considerably over the past decade.
Increase in east European workers picks up again
In March 2010, 100 thousand workers from EU countries in eastern Europe were employed in the Netherlands. This is 12 thousand more than twelve months previously.
More than one in three employees prepared to work until the age of 65
By the end of last year, more than one third of employees indicated they were ready to work until the age of 65. Considerably fewer people (only 12 percent) were prepared to continue to work beyond...
The significance of the 'CUMELA' sector for rural areas in the Netherlands (Dutch only)
Tables and maps of workers in the CUMELA sectors (cultivation infrastructure, manure distribution, and agricultural contractors) who live in rural areas of the Netherlands. Commissioned by: CUMELA...
Concurrence of regulations and provisions within the municipality of Wijdemeren, 2012 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on the concurrence of various regulations and provisions in the field of social security, health care and welfare, and education in 2012 in the municipality of Wijdemeren....
Marginal growth East European workers
In September 2009, there were 117 thousand workers from East European EU countries in the Netherlands, an increase by 5 thousand relative to one year previously. Although the rapid growth observed in...
More young people with a flexible employment contract
In 2012, 627 thousand young people were no longer studying but working. About 40 percent had a flexible employment contract. In 2002 this was 24 percent.
Trade union membership rates continue to decline
In 2008, one in five employees working in paid employment for at least twelve hours a week were members of a trade union. In recent years, trade union membership rates have fallen considerably.
Custom-made study for industry associations - pilot study (Dutch only)
Report on characteristics of employees working in the power and automation industry. Commissioned by: FME-CWM.
Employees by sector and size of company (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables regarding all employees on 31 December 2011, broken down by sector and size of company. Results are available on request. Commissioned by: ArboNed.
Bulk of sickness absence not work-related
Last year, nearly half of all employees in the Netherlands were at least one time absent from work because they were ill. Statistics Netherlands announced today that in nearly one quarter of cases,...
Providers of business services increasingly hampered by shortage of manpower
Business service providers realised a turnover growth of 10 percent in 2007.
Employees by sector, company size and province in which they work, 2012 (Dutch only)
Custom-made table with all employees in the Netherlands on 31 December 2012, broken down by sector, province in which they work and company size. Commissioned by Goedbezig.nu.
Fewer trade union members in the workplace
Last year, 1.3 million employees (20 percent of all employees) were members of a trade union, versus more than 25 percent in 2000. The trade union membership rate declined more rapidly among men than...
Number of video shops reduced by half over the past decade
The number of video shops was reduced by half over the period 1998–2008.