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Fewer and fewer survivor benefits
Under the National Survivor Benefits Act (Anw), 105 thousand benefits were paid to claimants in March 2010. This is 9 thousand fewer than twelve months previously.
Number of income support benefits hardly up
301 thousand people aged under 65 years were claiming income support at the end of the third quarter of 2010.
Migrants Monitor 2011-2012 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables and Dashboards on immigrants from the European Union or one of the candidate EU member states living, working or receiving benefits in the Netherlands. Commissioned by: Ministry of...
Total amount paid in dividends substantially down
Dutch companies quoted on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange paid out more than 10 billion euro in dividends to their shareholders in 2009, a decrease by 8 billion euro relative to 2008. Financial...
Enlargement of the European Union in 2004 and 2007: analysis of additional benefits (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on various benefits paid to residents of the Netherlands born in an EU enlargement country. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment
Flows in social security benefits (Dutch only)
Custom-made table with figures on claimants of a disability benefit for young people (Wajong), income support benefit (WWB) and people in working in a social employment scheme (WSW), in combination...
Migrants monitor 2012-2013 (Dutch only)
Custom made-tables on migrants from the European Union or one of the EU candidate countries living, working or receiving benefits in the Netherlands. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and...
Slower increase in spending on disability benefits for the young in 2010
The Dutch government spent 2.2 billion euro less on disability benefits for young people (Wajong benefits) in 2010. This accounts for one fifth of the country’s total spending on disability benefits.
Mothers working or claiming benefit, 2010 and 2011 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on mothers by whether they had a job or were claiming benefit in 2010 and 2011. Commissioned by: the Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.
Nearly 19 thousand part-time unemployment benefits
The number of part-time unemployment benefits was nearly 19 thousand by the end of June.
From benefit to work with reintegration support, third measurement (definite figures, Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on jobs started by people claiming a social security benefit or who were not entitled to a benefit but were looking for a job, with or without reintegration support.Commissioned...
Income support benefits drop below 300 thousand
The number of people younger than 65 years claiming income support fell to 297 thousand in the first quarter of 2007.
Biggest fall in income support for years
The number of people aged under 65 years claiming income support fell by nearly 11 thousand in the third quarter of 2006. This is the largest quarterly decrease since 1999.
Decrease in welfare benefits tapering off
The number of welfare benefits paid to people under 65 fell to 271 thousand in the first quarter of 2008.
Again fewer welfare benefits
The number of welfare benefits fell again in the first quarter of 2006. On 31 March 2006 there were 326 thousand people on welfare benefits, well over 2 thousand less than in the previous quarter.
Number of social security benefits 20 thousand down in less than 1 year
In the second quarter of 2008, the number of social security benefits paid to under-65s was reduced by 2.6 thousand to 268 thousand.
Sustained reduction social security benefits
In the third quarter of 2007, the number of under-65s receiving income support continued to fall.
Getting back to work with reintegration support, fourth measurement (preliminary results) (Dutch only)
Tables on benefit claimants and jobseekers not entitled to a benefit who started a job, with and without reintegration support. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW)
Youth 2009 (Dutch only)
This paper presents information on young people (15-26 years) in the Netherlands in 2009. Among other things, it looks at young people in education, with a job and receiving social benefits....
Declining trend WAO benefits levels off
In the last quarter of 2009, the number of work disability benefits has risen marginally. For the first time in almost seven years, more work disability benefits were granted than terminated.
Revision press release on income support benefits
Figures on the number of income support benefits on 8 July 2005 were incorrect. The number of income support benefits did not rise substantially in the first quarter of 2005 but remained more or less...
Number of unemployment benefits no longer in decline
For the first time since the second quarter of 2005, the number of unemployment benefits has increased again.
Slight rise in use of government websites
In the first half of 2013, some 13 million people aged 12 years and older in the Netherlands were using the internet on a regular basis. This is the equivalent of more than 90 percent of this age...