Students earn an average 5 thousand euro a year
Students in Dutch higher education earned an average 5,250 euro in 2008, either through a job or through their own company.
Dramatic employment growth in care sector
Over the past decade, the amount of jobs in the care sector increased by 385 thousand. Overall employment growth in the Netherlands was 515 thousand, so three quarters of new jobs in the past ten...
Dutch economy grew by 4.5 percent in 2022
The Dutch economy grew by 4.5 percent in 2022, after growing by 4.9 percent in 2021. Such growth over two consecutive years had not yet been recorded this century
More than half a million people have two jobs
Last year, the number of second job holders included in the employed labour force has risen marginally to 544 thousand. On average, people holding two jobs work two hours more each week than those...
Labour market recovery continues more slowly
The recovery of the Dutch labour market continued in the first quarter of 2015 albeit somewhat slower. There was a job increase of 6 thousand, reaching 9.8 million, plus another 40 thousand jobs in...
More than half of Dutch people work full-time
In 2019, just over half of the Dutch working population had a working week of 35 hours or more. Approximately 8 percent worked more than 40 hours per week on average.