Back Leaving Aruba In the last 50 years, a yearly average of 2,616 persons or 32 persons per 1,000 population have left Aruba. As is the case with immigration, emigration is also related to the economic situation of Aruba and that of the region. In the last 10 years, aContinue Reading

Back Immigration to Aruba in the last 50 years As per December 31st 2023, 36.3 precent of the population of Aruba was foreign-born. In total, persons from 146 different countries and 97 different nationalities live in Aruba. In the last 50 years, the influx of migrants to Aruba has largelyContinue Reading

Back Deaths on Aruba in the last 50 years A total of 814 deaths were registered in 2023, 7.4 percent less than in 2022. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, between 2015 and 2019, an average of 719 deaths were registered per year. Compared to the pre-COVID period, 814 deaths represent thusContinue Reading

Back The development of the population of Aruba in the last 50 years How much a population grows over time is determined by the natural growth of the population (number of births minus number of deaths) and the net migration (number of immigrants minus number of emigrants). In Aruba, givenContinue Reading

Back A multicultural society In 2023, the population of Aruba was composed of persons born in 148 different countries and with 97 different nationalities. Nearly two-thirds (63.7%) of the population of Aruba was born in Aruba or the former Netherlands Antilles, 9.8% was born in Colombia, 5.9% in Venezuela, 4.6%Continue Reading

Back Marital status Currently, half of the population of Aruba (51.0%) has never been married, a third (33.4%) is married, a tenth is divorced (10.0%), and 4.1% is widowed. The remaining 1.4% is either living with a registered partner with a cohabitation agreement, or is divorced or widowed from aContinue Reading

Back Labor and income The participation of the population 15 years and older in the labor market is measured during every Population and Housing Census and on a yearly basis by means of a Labor Force Survey and is a measure of the percentage of the population 15 years andContinue Reading

Back More females than males By the end of the first quarter of 2024, the population of Aruba counted 50,668 males and 57,112 females, which signifies a surplus of 6,444 females or 88 males for every 100 females. However, given that generally more baby boys are born than baby girls,Continue Reading

Back The composition of households During the 2020 Population and Housing Census, 38,830 non-collective households were counted. Compared to the Census conducted in 1981, this signifies an increase of 160.2% of the number of non-collective households over the course of 40 years. In the same period of time, the populationContinue Reading

Download items: P-B.1.a. Nuclear households as percentage of total households_table – – (14 kB) P-B.1.b. Nuclear households as percentage of total households, by region_graph – – (17 kB) P-B.2.a. Percentage of extended and composite households as percentage of total households_table – – (12 kB) P-B.2.b. Percentage of extended and compositeContinue Reading

Aruba 2030- Metanan di Desaroyo Sostenibel Manera ta conoci na september 2015, e Asamblea General di Nacionnan Uni a adopta e Agenda 2030 cu ta dirigi riba Desaroyo Sostenibel. E metanan di Desaroyo Sostenibel (SDG’s) ta encera 17 meta cu ta fungi como guia pa yega na sostenibilidad, prosperidad yContinue Reading