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Regional distribution of first- and second-generation immigrants from central, eastern and southern Europe, 2014 (Dutch only)

Custom-made tables on the regional distribution of first- and second-generation immigrants from central, eastern and southern Europe on 1-1-2014. Commissioned by: Verwey-Jonker Institute.

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Employees without supplementary pension schemes, 2008 and 2009

Figures on employees without supplementary pension schemes in 2008 and 2009. Commissioned by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW).

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Mortality by age and annual amount of wages and profits, 2007-2011 (Dutch only)

Custom-made tables regarding population and mortality in the period 2007-2011, broken down by gender, age, marital status and annual income (incl (partner income) from wage, profits and pension...

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Mortality rates broken down by age, industrial sector and annual amount of wage, profits and pension, 2006-2010 (Dutch only)

Custom-made tables regarding mortality over the period 2006-2010.The mortality rates are broken down by gender, age, marital status, industrial sector an annual amount from wage, profits and pension....

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Half of Dutch employees have little confidence in own pension fund

Over half (55 percent) of employees who build up their pension via their employers have little or even no confidence in their pension fund or pension insurer. This is especially the case for...

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Average annual pension nearly 20 thousand euro

By the end of 2008, the pension entitlement of people in the Netherlands under the age of 65 averaged 8,100 euro. The claim consists of an old-age (AOW) part (4,600 euro) and a work-related part...

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Workers in education oldest on average

The average age of people employed in education was over 43 years in 2007. This makes education the ‘greyest’ sector of employment in the Netherlands.

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Employees without supplementary pension schemes, 2010 (Dutch only)

Figures on employees without supplementary pension schemes in 2010. Commissioned by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW)

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Mortality rates broken down by age, industry sector and annual (partner) income from wage, profits and pension, 2007-2011 (Dutch only)

Custom-made tables regarding mortality in the period 2007-2011.The mortality rates are broken down by gender, age, marital status, industry sector and annual (partner) income from wage, profits and...

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Number of pensioners crosses 3 million mark

In 2011, the number of pensioners has exceeded 3 million for the first time. This means that currently nearly one in every five Dutch residents is a pensioner. The proportion of pensioners in the age...

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Women's pensions substantially lower

The proportion of over-65 women receiving supplementary pensions has grown over the past decade, though the gender gap is still substantial. Generally, women receive only half the amount male...

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Disposable income falls further

Real disposable income of Dutch households fell by 1.1 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013. Although real disposable income has been decreasing since the third quarter of 2011, this quarter the...

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Dutch state pension entitlement exceeding entitlement to Dutch supplementary schemes

Dutch state pension (AOW) entitlement nearly doubled between 2008 and 2014 and by far exceed entitlement to the supplementary employee pension schemes.

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Supplementary table on pensions for the Netherlands

The international national accounting standards provide a somewhat scattered picture of pension arrangements.

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More cases for administrative law judges in 2011

Administrative law judges in the Netherlands disposed of 5 percent more cases in 2011 than in 2010. In one in five cases the judge awarded in favour of the plaintiff. One in three cases were...

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More than half of employees are 65 years or older at retirement

The average age for employees to go into retirement has risen further to 64.1 years in 2014. The number of 55 to 65-year-olds going into retirement is declining rapidly. Because the population is...

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Pension gender gap still considerable

The share of women aged 65 and older receiving supplementary pensions has grown considerably between 2000 and 2012, although it is still significantly lower than among men. On average, women’s...

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Fewer households rely on benefits for a long period of time

Last year, 855 thousand Dutch households were dependent on benefits for a sustained period of time, i.e. nearly 40 thousand fewer than in 2009. The total number of households living on benefits...

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Employees prefer pension security

When asked, most employees who are saving for a pension via their employer reported that they wanted financial security when they retire. The majority preferred not to make do with less pension, even...

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Income and capital in old age - comparing the former self-employed and employees (Dutch only)

Self-employed people receive less pension but have more capital than employees, on average. What does this mean for their financial position? Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and...

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