Fifth Population and Housing census 2010 Aruba (click do download)


Person tables

  1. General characteristics of the population
  2. The living arrangements in households and family nuclei of the population
  3. Migration characteristics of the population
  4. Languages spoken in the household
  5. Health aspects of the population
  6. Eductional characteristics of the population
  7. Marital status of the population
  8. Fertility of the female population
  9. Economic activity of the population
  10. Income distribution of the population
Housing tables

  1. The types of living quarters
  2. General characteristics of living quarters
  3. Some construction aspects of living quarters
  4. Sanitary facilities of the living quarters
  5. Car ownership of occupants of the living quarters
  6. Goods, facilities and inconveniences around the living quarters

Publication based on census data (overview)

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Volunteering in Aruba 2010: This paper presents the characteristics of volunteers in Aruba, according to data collected during the 2010 Census. In addition, data is presented on the frequency of volunteering and on the type of organizations where volunteers are active. [ Download  Volunteers ]

Profile of Aruba’s children: This report provides information on different aspects of children’s lives, such as the composition of their household, their household environment, school attendance, after school care, economic circumstances and health status. [Download Profile of Aruba’s Children]

ICT in Aruba 2010: In this paper, data is presented on the presence of computers, mobile phones, and internet connections in households in Aruba in 2010. [Download ICT in Aruba (2010)]

Traffic between school, work, and home in Aruba 2010: In this paper we will provide information about the geographical background of daily travel between home, school, and work and the use of different modes of transport. [Download Traffic between school, work and home in Aruba in 2010]

Social Atlas of Aruba 2010: Results of the 2010 Census presented in mapping format [Download Social Atlas of Aruba, 2010]

Population projections 2010-2030: In this paper, three scenarios are presented to explore the future size and composition of the population of Aruba. The projections show important tends that will determine the demographic landscape of Aruba in the next twenty years. A model is used which is based on the relationship between the yearly growth of the economy and the requirements of the labor market. [Download Population projections 2010-2030 : revision in 2014]

The prevalence of disability in Aruba 2010: This paper focuses on the prevalence of disability in Aruba according to data collected by means of the 2010 Aruba Census. The characteristics of those affected by disability and their need of personal help are also described. [Download The prevalence of disability in Aruba]

Degree of participation of students in Aruba: This article contains information about degree of participation of the students in Aruba during 2010. [Download Degree of participation of students in Aruba]

The foreign-born population of Aruba: This article describes the foreign-born population of Aruba according to data gathered during Census 2010. [Download The foreign-born population of Aruba]

Gender gap in Aruba (English): The World Economic Forum introduced The Global Gender Gap Index in 2006, which is a framework for capturing the magnitude of gender-based disparities and tracking their progress. The Central Bureau of Statistics also focused on this international topic through data collected by means of the Fifth Population and Housing Census held in October 2010. The term “gender” refers to both women and men and their status, relative to each other. Gender equality refers to that stage of human social development at which the rights, responsibilities and opportunities of individuals are not be determined by the fact of being born male or female. The Global Gender Gap Index examines the gap between men and women in four fundamental categories: economic participation and opportunity, educational attainment, health and survival and political empowerment. Papiamento version also available…[Download Gender Gap in Aruba]

Ageing on Aruba, Challenges for a sustainable society: This article describes the ageing process of Aruba’s population and the consequences of this process. [Download Special issue on Aruba’s ageing population, 1960 – 2023 and Aa Ageing in Aruba, 2010]

Life expectancy: In this research different life tables were constructed, using data from the Population Census 2010 and other sources such as the Population Registry and Department of Public Health of Aruba. A life table is made to measure mortality, survivorship and life expectancy of a population by age and sex and is used by a variety of specialists in a large numbers of ways. Life expetancy trends are analyzed back till 1972, and international comparisons are also made. [Download Aa. Census 2010 – Life expectancy]

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