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People with low education and migration background have lowest levels of well-being
People in the Netherlands with low levels of education and those with a migration background have lower levels of well-being than those with higher education and those without a migration background.
Persons with dispensed medicines; background; 2006-2020
Persons to whom medicines were dispensed by background, medicine group, age, sex in absolute figures and as percentage of total population
Foreign-born employees; resident/non-resident, demographic variables
This survey provides on an annual as well as a quarterly basis insight into the population size and composition of jobs of foreign-born employees working in the Netherlands.
Foreign spending by Dutch travellers higher than pre-pandemic
In Q3 2022, Dutch travellers spent more than 8.4 billion euros during their visits and temporary stays in foreign countries. This is 9 percent more than during the summer of 2019.
Nearly 100 thousand young people are half-orphans
At the end of 2021, nearly 100 thousand young people aged 0 to 24 years were half-orphans. In addition, over 1.5 thousand young people were orphans.
Young people relatively often choose secondary vocational education
After secondary education, young people up to the age of 25 are more likely to attend secondary vocational education (MBO) than higher vocational education (HBO) or university (WO).