Statutory social security benefits,
Social Assistance Benefits
Revenue collected from taxes and social contributions
Types of taxes and social contributions
The number of entrepreneurs in virtually all non-financial industries who estimate their business will continue to exist in the current economic situation for at least another 12 months increased dramatically between April and May
Health status, lifestyle, use of health care services,
care supply, (healthy) life expectancy and causes of death
Last year, absenteeism in the public and the private sector due to illness or injury rose to 4.4 percent.
Birth, death, life expectancy, health and disease, use of health care
services, education and labour market, costs of care, care providers
Disposable and equivalised income, expenditures, wealth
Origin and type of household, households with low income
Total, mean and median wealth of households
household characteristics and components of wealth
Purchasing power development
Main source of income, composition of the household
Government expenditure and final consumption by function (COFOG):
General public services, defense, health, education and social protection
Publication Trends in the Netherlands 2019
Women work fewer hours, earn lower incomes. More women in top civil sector and commercial sector positions.
Metal and construction workers tend to be involved in work-related accidents more often than other occupational groups.
The sickness absence rate among employees in the Netherlands has fallen to 3.8 percent in 2014, the lowest rate since 1996.
Happiness, satisfaction with life,
Education level, socio-economic category, main source of income
Last year, nearly half of all employees in the Netherlands were at least one time absent from work because they were ill. Statistics Netherlands announced today that in nearly one quarter of cases, the cause was partly or predominantly work-related.
Tables with information on various aspects of sickness absence broken down by sector, company size and education level. Commissioned by: Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment.
Last year, 458 thousand workers sustained physical or mental damage due to accidents in the workplace, i.e. 1 in 15 employees in the Netherlands. Nearly half of victims were absent from work at least one day as a result of such accidents. Most work-related accidents occurred in the sector hotels and restaurants and the construction sector.