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Where will we live in 2025?
Over the next two decades the number of inhabitants in the Netherlands is expected to increase by 600 thousand, bringing the total to 16.9 million. The growth areas will be primarily in the provinces...
Annually, more than 6 thousand underage children lose one or both parents
By the end of 2011, there were 34 thousand underage children who had lost one of their parents and 330 who had lost both parents. Each year, more than 6 thousand underage children are (semi-)orphaned.
Exported sickness benefits in December 2010 and December 2011 (Dutch only)
Tables on sickness benefits paid to persons not resident in the Netherlands, by country of residence. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.
Migrants Monitor, phase 1 (Dutch only)
First part of tables on immigrants from the European Union or one of the EU candidate countries who live or work in the Netherlands. Data are available (Migrants Monitor, phase 2, published 7th of...
Around 5,900 Croats in the Netherlands
Croatia will be joining the European Union as its 28th member country on 1 July 2013. The Netherlands counts around 5,900 Croats among its residents. Most of them arrived between 1990 and 2001 when...
Outcome monitor districts approach, First Progress report (Dutch only)
This report describes the most recent figures, and changes since the zero base measurement for the 40 designated problem districts in the Netherlands.Commissioned by: Ministry of Housing, Spatial...
Two in every three people in the Netherlands live within 5 kilometres from a railway station
On average, people in the Netherlands lived 5.1 kilometres (km) away from the nearest railway station in 2008.
Many natives of Rotterdam live elsewhere
On 1 January 2004, there were 770 thousand people in the Netherlands who were born in Rotterdam. Four in ten natives of Rotterdam (302 thousand) are still living in the town where they were born, so...
Rent increase 2.5 percent in 2019
Rental property prices were on average 2.5 percent higher in July 2019 than one year previously. Rents in the social housing sector set by housing corporations rose by 2.0 percent.
Older people born in the Achterhoek and Limburg tend to return to their native region
Many older people no longer live in their native region. Over-55s, notably those born in the south and east part of the Netherlands, tend to return to their native region later in life.
Getting back to work with reintegration support, fourth measurement (final results) (Dutch only)
Tables on benefit claimants and on jobseekers not entitled to benefits who started a job, with and without reintegration support. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW)
More and more young children grow up in large cities
In the four major cities (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht), the number of 0 to 5-year old children is growing, while in the rest of the Netherlands the number of young children is...
Outcome monitor priority neighbourhoods: Second Progress Report (Dutch only)
This publication describes the developments in the 40 priorty neighbourhoods compared to the 18 municipalities of which they are part. Commissioned by: Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations...
Children in stepfamilies underachieve on Cito test
In 2011, children in primary school group eight had an average Cito (Dutch National Institute for Educational Measurement) score of 536. Boys and girls in high-income families scored above average....
Nearly twice as many care farms as four years ago
In 2007, there were more than 600 farms in the Netherlands where people in need of help and care can find a suitable way to spend the day or participate in farming activities. The number of care...
A million households more by 2045
The number of households in the Netherlands is expected to grow fast over the next few decades.
Most people in the Netherlands live within 5 km from a hospital facility
More than six in ten people in the Netherlands live within 5 km from a hospital. The Randstad region has the highest hospital density.