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More strikes but fewer strikers in 2022

In 2022, there were altogether 33 labour strikes in the Netherlands, up from 22 strikes in 2021. However, last year’s strikes involved fewer workers, which resulted in fewer working days lost: 39...

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Caribbean Netherlands; jobs and wages, economic activity (SIC2008)

Jobs and average annual wages of employees broken down by wage category and economic activity (SIC2008)

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Labour participation; key figures, 2003-2022

Labour force, unemployment rate, labour participation Sex, age, level of education

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Caribbean Netherlands: job growth over 50 percent in 10 years

Between 2011 and 2021, the number of employee jobs in the Caribbean Netherlands rose by 53 percent to 13.6 thousand. Job growth was over twice as high on Bonaire compared to St Eustatius and Saba.

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Caribbean Netherlands; jobs and wages, sex, age

Jobs and average annual wages of employees broken down by wage category, gender and age

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Do firms or workers drive the foreign acquisition wage premium?

An analysis of firm and worker contributions to the foreign acquisition wage premium in the Netherlands.

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Labour market dashboard

Unemployed, Employed, Vacancies, CLA Wages, Labour market tension and Jobs in The Netherlands.

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Nearly 2 percent fewer employee jobs in the Caribbean Netherlands in 2020

In 2020, the number of salaried jobs in the Caribbean Netherlands fell by almost 2 percent year-on-year.

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Gender pay gap still narrowing

In 2019, the wage gap between men and women narrowed further in the Netherlands. Women’s average gross hourly earnings were 14 percent lower than men’s.

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Same wage for same job? Gender pay gap in the Dutch public and private sector, 2012 (Dutch only)

This report describes unadjusted and adjusted wages differences between men and women in the public and private sector in 2008, 2010 and 2012. The publication is accompanied by a methodological...

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Pleasant workplace atmosphere important

Nearly all employees indicated in 2012 that a pleasant workplace atmosphere is important to them. For three quarters of employees a pleasant workplace atmosphere is essential. Nearly all employees...

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Crisis tax puts more than 600 million euros in government coffers

The Dutch government has received just over 628 million euros in revenues from the 2012 crisis tax. This extra charge is imposed on wages above 150 thousand euros. More than half of the amount...

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Number of jobs continues to fall

The number of jobs of employees was 137 thousand lower in the second quarter of 2013 than in the same period of 2012, a reduction by 1.7 percent.

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National accounts of the Netherlands 2012

The national accounts are the official overview statistics of the Dutch economy. These statistics play a central role in economic and monetary policy-making and policy analysis and are indeed the...

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Employment falls further

The number of jobs of employees was 121 thousand (1.5 percent) lower in the first quarter of 2013 than in the same period one year previously. It is the fifth consecutive quarter that the number of...

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Economy shrinks by 0.4 percent in fourth quarter

The Dutch economy shrank by 0.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared with the preceding quarter. The first estimate, published on 14 February put the contraction at 0.2 percent.

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145 thousand employees earn 100 thousand euros or more

In 2011, the annual wage of employees per job averaged 31 thousand euros; 145 thousand employees in the Netherlands annually earned 100 thousand euros or more in 2011.

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Equal wages for equal jobs? Jobs and wages in the public and private sectors, 2010 (Dutch only)

This report describes jobs, wages and wage gaps in the public and private sectors in the Netherlands in 2010. Commissioned by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.

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Profits of medical specialists rise by 8 percent in 2001-2009

Profits of independently practising medical specialists in the Netherlands rose by an average 8.3 percent annually in the period 2001 to 2009. Independent general practitioners and dentists realised...

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Modest rise again for collectively agreed wages in 2011

The increase in collectively negotiated wage rates was again modest in 2011. Just as in 2010, wages rose by 1.3 percent on average.

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No further employment growth

In the third quarter of this year, the number of employee jobs grew by 28 thousand relative to the third quarter of 2010, i.e. a modest increase by 0.3 percent.

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Modest employment growth

In the second quarter of this year, the number of employee jobs was 51 thousand (0.6 percent) up on the same period in 2010. After correction for seasonal variation, the number of jobs increased by...

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Slightly more jobs than one year ago

In the first quarter of 2011, the number of jobs of employees was 34 thousand higher than in the same quarter of 2010, an increase by 0.4 percent. For the second consecutive time, employment was...

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Employment  recovers further

The number of jobs of employees was 34 thousand higher in the fourth quarter of 2010 than in the fourth quarter of 2009. For the first time after eighteen months of decline, employment was higher...

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