The number of unemployed has increased by 7 thousand per month on average over a period of three months, reaching a total number of 321 thousand in August 2019
single, multi-person, institutional households
Greenhouse gas emissions stood at 189.3 bn CO2 equivalents in 2018, 2 percent lower than in 2017 and 15 percent down on 1990.
Population on 1 January by nationality,
age and sex
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Purchasing power in the Caribbean Netherlands rose once again in 2017. The median increase was highest for the inhabitants of St Eustatius at 2.6 percent.
In 2018 defence expenditure expressed as a percentage of GDP amounted to 1.2 percent. Government expenditure on defecen rose by over 0.5 billion to 9.1 billion euros.
Jobs, foreign born employees, employee characteristics,
job characteristics, country of birth/citizenship
The number of homeless 18 to 64-year-olds in the Netherlands increased from 17.8 thousand in 2009 (first estimation) to 39.3 thousand in 2018. Homelessness among 18 to 29-year-olds tripled over this period.
The life expectancy of highly educated 65-year-olds has increased in recent years while it remained the same for their lower educated peers. Lower educated people show a greater prevalence of hearing, visual and locomotor disabilities than highly educated. Male disability-free life expectancy has increased.
The heat wave in week 30 of 2019 caused 2,964 deaths. This is nearly 400 more deaths than during an average summer week. During the heat waves in 2006, the number of additional fatalities per week was almost the same.
In the period May through July 2019, the number of people aged 15 to 74 in paid employment grew by 10 thousand per month on average. There were 9.0 million people in work in July.
In Dutch society, more and more decisions are being made by automated systems which are based on algorithms.
Once a year Statistics Netherlands publishes table information on the household composition in Caribbean Netherlands.
Publication Trends in the Netherlands 2019
In the first six months of 2019, the population of the Netherlands grew more rapidly than in the same period last year.
According to the latest forecast by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the population of the three islands of the Caribbean Netherlands is expected to grow further from 25 thousand currently to 30 thousand by 2030.
Projected numbers on the population of the Caribbean Netherlands, 2019-2050. Population numbers and flows, by island.