Annual Youth Monitor
Young people and families
Topic 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 More information
Number of young people (x 1,000) 4,872 4,870 4,851 4,871 4,918 Info
Young people in one-parent families (x 1,000) 752 761 764 766 782 Info
Children living in poverty (0-17 years, x 1,000) 315.1 311.9 293.4 275.4 Info
Children in families on income support (0-17 years, x 1,000) 204 203 201 186 184 Info
Families on income support (x 1,000) 105 104 102 94 92 Info
Health and welfare
Topic 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 More information
Participation in preventive health care (%) 92.4 92.6 93.1 92.2 87.3 Info
Positive health perception (%) 91.7 93.8 92.1 90.2 91.1 Info
Mortality, perinatal (‰) 4.5 4.3 4.1 4.0 Info
Mortality, infant (‰) 3.6 3.8 3.3 3.2 Info
Bodyweight: not overweight (aged 2-24 years, %) 83.2 81.5 81.7 82.8 82.9 Info
Education
Topic 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 More information
Participation in mainstream education (%) 71.5 72.0 72.0 71.1 Info
Participation in primary education (x 1,000) 1,396 1,386 1,371 1,369 1,358 Info
Participation in secondary education (x 1,000) 950 934 929 937 941 Info
Participation in combined years of secondary education (x 1,000) 382 378 384 394 399 Info
Participation in preparatory secondary vocational education (vmbo) b/k 3-4 (x 1,000) 110 104 102 103 105 Info
Labour
Topic 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 More information
Employed labour force (aged 15-26 years, x 1,000) 732 715 668 701 723 Info
Employed labour force with basic qualification (aged 15-26 years, x 1,000) 602 596 577 605 619 Info
Employed labour force without basic qualification (aged 15-26 years, x 1,000) 120 112 89 95 102 Info
Unemployed labour force (aged 15-26 years, x 1,000) 44 57 37 37 43 Info
Unemployed labour force with basic qualification (aged 15-26 years, x 1,000) 29 39 26 29 32 Info
Safety and justice
Topic 2019 2020 2021 2022* 2023* More information
Total number of crime suspects (aged 12 to 24 years) 45,890 42,270 39,640 43,730 40,230 Info
Feelings of insecurity (aged 15-24 years, %) 42.9 44.0 Info
Crime victims (aged 15-24 years, %) 23.7 29.0 Info
Children referred to the Halt scheme (aged 12-17 years) 15,100 13,230 10,030 9,570 Info