Photo description: Een jonge vrouw staat buiten de krant te lezen.


Care for children

Tables – Care for children (Dutch only)

StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; employment partners in couples (Dutch only)

StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; labour participation, position in the household

Website National Youth Monitor (Dutch only)

Purchasing power

StatLine – Caribbean NL; purchasing power development persons in private households


StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; labour participation, key figures


StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; Aviation, monthly airport data

StatLine – Aviation; monthly figures of Dutch airports


StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; consumer price index (CPI) 2017=100


StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; Religious denomination, personal characteristics

Renewable resources

StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; connections and production of electricity and water

Making ends meet

Survey – Omnibus


StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands: inbound tourism by air

StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands: inbound tourism by air; nationality


StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; jobs and wages, economic activity (SIC2008)


Table – Remigrants in the Caribbean Netherlands (Dutch only)

Macro economics

StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands; gross domestic product (GDP)

StatLine – Caribbean Netherlands, Bonaire; gross value added, branches

Broad well-being

Publication – Monitor of Well- being and SDGs Caribbean Netherlands 2022

More on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals


Dutch Caribbean Biodiversity Database – Monitoring Indicators

Dutch Caribbean Biodiversity Database – Flamingos

Data provided by Openbaar Lichaam Bonaire

Dutch Caribbean Biodiversity Database – Bridled quail-dove abundance 2016-2021 St Eustatius

Data provided by STENAPA (St. Eustatius National Parks Foundation).

Data provided by Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire (STCB)

Data analysis by Wageningen University and Research in collaboration with CBS.

Dutch Caribbean Biodiversity Database


StatLine – Welzijn; kerncijfers, persoonskenmerken (Dutch only)


Privacy – Privacy protection at CBS


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Due to rounding, some totals may not correspond to the sum of the separate figures.

About CBS

Statistics Netherlands (CBS)

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CBS in the Caribbean Netherlands

CBS opened an office on Bonaire in 2010. The Bonaire office is responsible for all statistics referring to the three islands of the Caribbean Netherlands: Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba. Topics include prices, population, labour, income, the economy, tourism and trade.

Publications can be found in the dossier Caribbean Netherlands.


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