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Young Dutch people nearly all happy
Nine out of ten 12 to 25-year-olds are satisfied with life, as indicated by a study in 2015.
International trade; Imports and exports of services 2014-2020
Imports; exports; services broken down into various types of services Countries
Deaths; cause of death (extensive list), age and sex
Number of deaths in the population of the Netherlands by main underlying cause of death (extensive list of 'three digit codes'), by age and sex
Well-being; core indicators, background characteristics
(Un)happiness and (dis)satisfaction with aspects of life Gender, age, migration background and other characteristics
Almost 90 percent say they are happy
Most Dutch are happy. Increased happiness perceptions are related to good health and a good relationship.
Dutch people generally feel healthy
The majority of the Dutch population perceive their own health as good or very good. Women and older people less often feel healthy. Health perception also depends on the number of chronic diseases.
Well-being not distributed equally
Highly educated people often have a higher level of well-being than lower educated people but are more often victims of crime.
On course, but not there yet: Enterprise architecture conformance and benefits in systems development
Various claims have been made regarding the benefits that EnterpriseArchitecture (EA) delivers for both individual systems development projects and the organization as a whole. This paper presents...
More people feeling healthy in Q2 2020
In the second quarter of this year, 82 percent of the population were positive about their own health. This share was 78 percent in the same quarter of the three previous years.
Number of crime victims stable
In 2013, one in five residents aged 15 years and older indicated they had been victims of common crime (violent crimes, crimes against property and vandalism) during the past year. The proportion was...
Chronic diseases, smoking and sedentary lifestyle make people feel unhealthy
Many people in the Netherlands suffer from one or more chronic disorders. A large part of them do not feel healthy. An unhealthy lifestyle, e.g. not taking enough exercise and smoking in fact often...
Fewer Dutch people are feeling unsafe
Feelings of unsafety among Dutch people are declining progressively. In 2012, 37 percent indicated that they felt unsafe occasionally in general terms, versus 32 percent in 2019.
Estimating unemployment levels using a mix of three interview modes
Extending the Materials Monitor with Water