Circular economy and the Sustainable Development GoalsPublications
The results of a study into the SDGs and the circular economy, about how these different perspectives can influence each other positively or negativelyare
Tourism; key indicators, National AccountsFigures
Tourism, contribution to the Dutch economy, key indicators. Employment, value added and expenditures in the tourism industry.
Monitor of Well-being & the Sustainable Development Goals 2022Publications
How is well-being in the Netherlands developing? The Monitor of Well-being & the SDG’s 2022 examines the economic, ecological and social aspects of well-being in the Netherlands and the results for the...
Monitor sustainable agricultural commoditiesOther
This report contains results on sustainability of the production chain of palm oil, soy, wood and coffee. These results are monitored by others, but the methods used have been validated by Statistics Netherlands....
Employment; sex; type of employment contract, job characteristics, SIC2008Figures
Jobs and working hours broken down by economic activity and characteristics of employees and job.
Employment;sex,type of employment contract,employee characteristics,SIC2008Figures
Jobs and working hours broken down by economic activity, sex, charateristics of employee and job.
Employment; sex; type of employment contract, size of company, SIC2008Figures
Jobs and working hours broken down by economic activity and information about employee and company.
Compensation of employees, employment; quarterly, National AccountsFigures
Compensation of employees, wages, jobs (by sex) , fte, hours worked quarterly, economic activity
Labour participation among young men restoredArticles
More young men have started working over the past two years. For a long time, net labour participation among young men lagged behind the female rate.
Municipal budgets; income and expenditures by region and size classFigures
Budgeted expenditures and revenues per task (policy area) in millions of and in euros per inhabitant by region and size class
The Netherlands in numbers, 2021 editionPublications
The Netherlands in numbers (2021 edition) answers 36 questions about our country by means of images and text.
Unemployment up againArticles
In August 2022, unemployment continued to rise to 378 thousand. This is 3.8 percent of the labour force.
Ecosystems and wellbeing – the impact of land use changesPublications
To measure well-being in the Netherlands, the 'monitor of well-being and sustainable development goals’ identifies four types of capital: social, human, economic and natural capital.
Employer-paid social insurance premiumsOther
The part of social insurance premiums paid by employers.
Employers' social contributionsOther
The premiums paid by employers to social security on the gross wages. These include imputed and actual social premiums and actual pension premiums, and payments made directly by the employer.
Employers' direct benefitsOther
Payments by employers to (former) employees, directly without involvement of the social funds.
Sheltered Employment Act (WSW)Other
The aim of the law is to create employment for people who can work but cannot succeed in finding regular employment due to physical or mental disabilities.
Business confidence down as of Q3Articles
Entrepreneurial confidence showed a decline at the start of the third quarter. The decline is seen in most industries
Avoided use of fossil energy and emission of CO2Figures
Renewable energy; avoided use of fossil energy energy sources/techniques, energy application
Employment; economic activity, sex, National AccountsFigures
Employed persons, jobs, full-time equivalents (fte), hours worked Economic activity, sex, employees and self-employed persons
Compensation of employees, employment; economic activity, National AccountsFigures
Compensation of employees, wages, labour volumes of employees economic activities, full-time and part-time jobs
International measurement of welfare in a broad senseOther
Smits develops Dutch measurement model further using 100 indicators and expand it into international measurement model
Unemployment further up in JulyArticles
In July 2022, unemployment rose further to 353 thousand. This is 3.6 percent of the labour force. From May through July, unemployment rose by an average of 12 thousand per month.
Again more people in paid employment in AprilArticles
From February to April, the number of people in work aged 15 to 74 years grew further by 38 thousand per month on average, to 9.5 million in April.