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Concurrence of regulations and provisions within households in the Netherlands, 2011 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on the concurrence of a number of regulations and provisions in the field of social security, health care and education within households in 2011. The conditional formatting in...
Considerable increase over-30s in mbo
In the school year 2009/’10, more than 30 thousand men and 31 thousand women over the age of 30 participated in secondary vocational education (mbo), an increase by nearly two thirds...
Full-time working mothers as often employed at managerial level as full-time working fathers
Statistics Netherlands announced today that nearly four in every hundred working women held management positions in 2014, versus nine in every hundred working men. This is partly due to the fact that...
Relatively high budget for mental health care services
The Netherlands spends relatively more money on short-term admissions for mental and behaviourial disorders than other OECD countries. At hospitals (including GGZ institutions) expenditure on these...
Slower increase in care spending
Spending on health care and welfare in the Netherlands amounted to 61.5 billion euro in 2005. This is 2.8 percent more than in 2004.
Lower gains in life expectancy here and in the EU
Both in the Netherlands and in the EU, the increase in life expectancy is slowing down compared to previous periods. The largest increase was between 2003 and 2008. The Netherlands saw a relatively...
More and more families with two working parents
Last year, there were 1.6 million couples with at least one underage child in the Netherlands. In 77 percent of these families both parents worked.
Growth in spending on health care in the Netherlands and the OECD levelling off
The growth of spending on health care has been levelling off in recent years in the Netherlands and other OECD countries. The number of medical doctors per one thousand inhabitants is slightly below...
Share of older nursing professionals rising sharply
There has been a sharp rise in the nursing professionals over 50 working in health care.
Concurrence of services and income 2009 (follow-up study, Dutch only)
Follow-up study on individuals with multiple services and benefits at the same time in the domains of care and income in 2009. In this study, data on the WMO (Law on social support) have been...
Employed labour force is ageing
The average age in the employed labour force has risen further in 2011 to just over 41 versus 36 in the early 1990s. Men in their fifties for the first time outnumbered men in their thirties.
Concurrence of regulations and provisions within households in 8 clusters of municipalities in the province of Groningen, 2011 (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 within households in 2011. The results are available...
Sharp increase AWBZ costs
Over the past decade, the costs of the Exceptional Medical Expenses Act (AWBZ) have risen by nearly 75 percent. Important factors are population ageing, less rigid access criteria to health...
Medical professionals ageing
The share of over-55s among medical professionals is higher than among other professionals employed in the care sector. Since the beginning of the 21st century, ageing in the care sector is above the...
Preliminary Study Financial Consequences of Reform in Long-term Care for Long-term Care Users (Dutch only)
Study of the possibilities to compile figures on the consequences of the long-term care reform. Commissioned by: Ministry of Public Health, Welfare and Sport
Employees by sector for recruitment, promotion and outflows, 2009-2010 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables regarding the mobility on the Dutch labour market in the period 2009 – 2010, broken down into 8 sectors. Commissioned by: Uitvoeringsorgaan Werknemersverzekering (UWV)