Detailed tables that can be modified to contain only the variables the user requires, including geographic breakdowns, based on the 2010 Census results (REDATAM)Continue Reading

On 28 June 2023 took place a seminar about Children and Youth in Aruba. These are the presentations given during this seminar and are free to download here. Download items: Children and Youth of Aruba – What do they do – (powerpoint show ppsx) – (93 MB) Children and YouthContinue Reading

Quarterly Demographic Bulletin 2022 with the latest data on population and vital statistics. This bulletin presents the latest demographic changes, including data on births, deaths and migration collected from the Population Registry Office. Population estimates are based on the latest Census held in 2020 and are updated according to theContinue Reading

This table reflects the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) for Aruba for the years 2013 up to 2018. Please be advised that 2018 figures are preliminary. Added on 21 jan 2021: Excel document with figures of GDB (2013 – 2018)   Download items: Gross Domestic Product 2013-2018 – – (184 kB)Continue Reading

Quarterly Demographic Bulletin 2020 with the latest data on population and vital statistics. These are the quarterly published quarterly demographic changes, including data on births, deaths and migration collected from the Population Registry Office. Population estimates are based on the latest Census held in 2010 and are updated according toContinue Reading

Quarterly Demographic Bulletin 2019 with the latest data on population and vital statistics. These are the quarterly published quarterly demographic changes, including data on births, deaths and migration collected from the Population Registry Office. Population estimates are based on the latest Census held in 2010 and are updated according toContinue Reading

A majority of the population aged 15 to 74 years on the Dutch Caribbean islands are in paid work. The labour participation rate is highest on Bonaire (70 percent) and lowest on Curaçao (53 percent). The group 25 to 54-year-olds has the highest share of working people. Labour participation isContinue Reading

Why participate in the ICT Survey 2017? To obtain more insight into the accessibility of modern telecommunication devices (ICT) in Aruba as well as insight into the (frequency of) the use of these devices by the population of Aruba. To obtain more information on the familiarity of the population ofContinue Reading