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Record number 357256
Title Sociaaleconomische indicatoren van de Nederlandse vissector
Author(s) Smit, J.G.P.; Taal, C.
Source Den Haag : LEI (Rapport / LEI : Domein 5, Ketens ) - ISBN 9789086151707 - 33
Department(s) LEI Natuurlijke Hulpbronnen
LEI NAT HULPB - Aquatische Hulpbronnen
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) agrarische economie - landbouwsector - vis vangen - visverwerkende industrie - visverwerking - arbeid (werk) - arbeidsmarkt - sociale economie - nederland - agricultural economics - agricultural sector - fishing - fish industry - fish processing - labour - labour market - socioeconomics - netherlands
Categories Agricultural Economics (General)
Abstract Cijfermatig overzicht van werkgelegenheid en inkomen van de totale Nederlandse vissec-tor in 2006. In de Nederlandse vissector werken ruim 20.000 mensen. Vooral in de visver-werking en de visdetailhandel werken veel personen met een flexibele arbeidsrelatie. Het totale aantal fte's bedraagt ruim 15.000. Bijna een derde van de medewerkers in de vissec-tor bestaat uit vrouwen. Het totale inkomen in de vissector is geschat op 644 miljoen euro. A figures-based overview of employment and income of the total Dutch fish sector in 2006. Over 20,000 people are employed within the Dutch fish sector. Within the fish pro-cessing and fish retail sections, there are particularly large numbers of people working on the basis of a flexible employment relationship. The total number of fte's amounts to over 15,000. Almost a third of those working within the fish sector are female. The total income of the fish sector is estimated at ¿644 million.
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