Average working hours per working year in the Netherlands 2018, by sector

This statistic displays the average working hours per working year in the Netherlands in 2018, by sector. It shows that employees in the mining and quarrying sector on average worked the largest number of hours per working year, whereas employees in the health and social work sector on average worked the fewest number of hours. Employees in the mining and quarrying sector worked an average of roughly 1,950 hours per working year, whereas employees in health and social work activities worked around 300 hours less in 2018.

Average working hours per working year in the Netherlands in 2018, by sector

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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

The source defines the working hours per working year as: "A working year is a measure for the labour volume calculated by converting all jobs (full-time and part-time) in a year to full-time equivalents (fte) by dividing the agreed working hours by the agreed working hours of a full-time job in a particular industry. The resulting full-time equivalents add up to working years. For example, two jobs of 0.5 fte add up to one working year."

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