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Personal income

An individual’s gross income is made up of: income from work, income from enterprise, benefits from income insurance and social benefits (except child allowances).

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Organisation

CBS: organisation, mission, anual plans, history

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Gross wage

Wage before income tax and employee contributions to pension and early retirement schemes, employee savings schemes and social security contribution.

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Fewer young adults say they are happy

In 2021, a share of 81 percent in the population aged 18 to 24 said they were happy. This was still 91 percent in 1997.

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Labour costs (in the production statistics)

In the production statistics by Statistics Netherlands the labour costs are the gross wages and salaries of employees and the social contributions payable by the employers.

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Contractual wage costs

The collective labour agreement wage rate including special payments plus the legally and contractually required employee contributions for pensions, early retirement, unemployment, labour disability...

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Armoede en sociale uitsluiting

Heeft de economische groei ook gezorgd voor een positieve ontwikkeling voor mensen die onder de armoedegrens leven? Peter Hein van Mulligen geeft een toelichting.

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People with social security benefits

Figures on the number of people with benefits concerning labour disablement, unemployment, income support and national insurances, end of December 2007, 2012 and 2018

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Labour relations

The system of material and immaterial terms of employment and working conditions: nature of the work, social security, status of the work, authority, working climate, information and communication.

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Poverty

The main indicator for poverty is the disposable household income. Statistics Netherlands uses two measures: the low income threshold and social minimum income.

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Substantial growth social security recipients

At the end of December last year, 413 thousand persons received social security benefits, i.e. 10 thousand more than in the third quarter. Over the entire year 2013, the number of social security...

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Many young people socially active

Six in ten 12 to 25-year-olds lead active social lives. More than four in ten are involved in volunteer work, about as many as in the higher age categories. Young people less often provide informal...

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Gross annual wage

The sum of gross wages, the annual wage applicable for social insurance schemes, employee contributions to pension and early retirement schemes and employee savings schemes.

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Refugee

Non-Dutch person who, according to the Geneva convention of 1951, has legitimate grounds to fear prosecution because of religious or political beliefs, nationality, race or belonging to a particular...

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Net wage

The gross wage minus pension premiums, early retirement and health insurance paid by the employee, if applicable plus transfer and minus wage tax and social security premiums.

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Financially independent

Situation in which the personal income from primary income sources and social insurances is higher than the low income concept used by Statistics Netherlands for one-person households.

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Foundation

A legal person created through a notarised deed or will to serve a certain purpose with the aid of capital. It may generate profits, but these must be paid to an idealistic or social purpose.

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Wages and salaries according to National accounts

The compensation for the employee who has worked in a given period and which is payable by the employer, including the wage tax and social premiums paid by the employer on behalf of the employee.

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Labour costs

The employer's cost directly related to employing individuals in the production process. These consist of two main components: wages and salaries paid, and the employer's share in social...

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Pension benefits

Private social security benefits of old- age pension insurance, life insurance or insurance against disability taken out by employers for their employees at pension funds and life insurance companies.

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Gross wages and salaries

The category gross wages and salaries refers to employees on the payroll and includes - wages including employees' contributions to social insurances minus sick pay; - bonuses, holiday allowances,...

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Sector local government

Sub sector of the institutional sector general government. The sub sector includes aspects of government that do not belong to central government or social security institutions. Examples are...

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Collective agreements

This includes: - Collectively labour agreements (CAO in Dutch) Wages and other working conditions laid down by the Minister of Social Affairs and Employment; - Wages and other working conditions laid...

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Labour and social security

Theme Labour and social security

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Income from labour

or persons and households this is wage and salary including employee-paid and employer-paid premiums for social insurance, bonuses, save-as-you-earn deductions and remuneration for labour carried out...

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