In 2018, most children living at home in the Caribbean Netherlands had working parents.
People born in the former Netherlands Antilles and Aruba and migrants partly choose other residential areas in St Eustatius and Saba.
Population in The Netherlands by generation,
sex, age, marital status and migration background, 1 January
Update of SDGs in the Netherlands 2019. Part 2 of the Monitor of Well-being & SDGs 2019 (English).
In the period March through May, the number of people aged 15 to 74 in paid employment grew by 11 thousand per month on average. There were 8.9 million people in work in May.
Children of separated parents: registered versus reported place of residence
On 1 January 2019, the Netherlands had 2,189 residents who were one hundred years old or more. This is 9 more than one year previously and 36 fewer than in 2017. 85 percent of the centenarians are women.
The focus of this agreement is on further deepening of both research and innovation work, with extra attention being paid to privacy
In 2018, 57 percent of the workforce in the Caribbean Netherlands (aged 15 to 74 years) were born in the former Dutch Antilles and Aruba.
The Netherlands on the European scale 2019 with facts and figures on the Netherlands in comparison with the rest of the EU.
On 2 January 2019, 42 percent of the Dutch population aged 12 and over (6.4 million people) were included in the Donor Register.
Around 13.5 million inhabitants of the Netherlands are eligible to vote in the upcoming European Parliament elections. Of this group, 3.6 percent do not hold the Dutch nationality but do have EU citizenship.
ABR: General Business Register 1994-2018
In 2016 geeft een minderheid van de Nederlandse bevolking aan vertrouwen in het Europees parlement te hebben,...
In the period February through April 2019, the number of people aged 15 to 74 in paid employment grew by 11 thousand per month on average. There were 8.9 million people in work in April.
the ‘Monitor of well-being’ CBS gives a wide ranging description of the increasing welfare in the Netherlands
The average greenhouse gas footprint of Dutch consumers rose from 15.1 tonnes CO2 equivalents per capita in 2017 to 15.8 tonnes in 2018. Between 2008 and 2016 the footprint declined. Consumption of resources (especially metals) rose slightly, to 9.7 thousand kg per capita in 2017.
The broad well-being of higher educated is higher than of lower educated.
Longer-term trends in many areas of well-being in the Netherlands are upwards, and some aspects have shown recent further improvement. There have also been deteriorations, particularly in the areas of labour and housing.
First-time mothers are on average almost 30 years old when they deliver their child. In 2018, this age has advanced again. The Netherlands is in fifth place in the European ranking.
The size of the organic farming sector increased again in 2018.
Correcting for linkage errors in the multiple - recapture method for population size estimation.
In Q1 2019, the population of the Netherlands grew more rapidly than in the same quarter last year. More than 24 thousand residents were added, nearly twice the number in Q1 2018.