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Pupils and students often work as shop assistant or the in catering industry
Shop assistant, shelf stacker and waitress are the most popular jobs among pupils and students. Boys most often work as shelf stackers in supermarkets, shop assistant is the most popular job among...
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Participation in the labour market 2009 (Dutch only)
As announced in december 2010. Data on participation in the labour market of 20 - 64 year-olds. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment
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
Economic situation more or less stable
The economic situation is somewhat less favourable in March 2016 than in the preceding month.
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
Inflow of Eastern European workers petering out
In June 2009, there were 104 thousand workers from Eastern European EU member states in the Netherlands, about as many as in June 2008. The sharp increase in recent years has almost completely come...
From unemployment benefit to a permanent job? People who stopped receiving unemployment benefit in 2006, by labour market dynamics in 2006-2008 (Dutch only)
Paper and erratum. The results in this report are part of a study on people who start and stop claiming unemployment benefit. This report contains figures on people who stopped receiving...
The Business Cycle Tracer: leading, coincident and lagging indicators
Since 2005, Statistics Netherlands has been monitoring the state of the Dutch business cycle with the aid of the Business Cycle Tracer (BCT). The BCT is based on 15 indicators. The individual changes...
Rise in unemployment, stagnation in participation (Dutch only)
This paper presents information on participation in the labour market of 20-64 year-olds in the Netherlands in 2010. Commissioned by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.
Nearly 80K employees from Belgium and Germany in 2016
Out of the 7.7 million employee jobs in the Netherlands as of December 2016, around 1 percent were filled by employees who were residents of either Belgium or Germany.