The trend dominating the economic trends world wide, as well as the current Dutch labour market, is the coronavirus pandemic. What is its possible impact? Which sectors are rising? And which of your competences will become significant? To help you navigate the waters after finishing your studies, here, we'll collect sources with up to date information, trends and insights.
Business Insider looks at the business world, offering items on intriguing people, companies and tech. This medium focuses on (international) companies but also gives analyses, tips and advice, that can be interesting when you're looking for a job.
The European Commission has a job mobility portal for work in Europe. The site has information for you on the job market in the Netherlands for international jobs.
Invest in Holland offers an overview of key industries in the Netherlands, including some of the major players. This content could help you orientate on work in the Netherlands in general.
The official website of the Dutch government offers a full list of international organisations in the Netherlands.
The Amsterdam Economic Board is a collection of CEO’s, academics and government officials. Together, they set the strategic course for the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (AMA). Check how they see the jobs of the future.
At I Amsterdam, you can find an overview of critical industries and what you can expect if you want to work in one of these sectors. The site also offers a job portal where you can look for jobs for English speakers.
This network is facilitated by Nuffic (the Dutch organisation for internationalisation in education). Here, you can find information about the Dutch labour market. The content includes opportunities for working in SME’s (small and medium enterprises), multinationals, academia and government.
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) developed a Jobs Strategy. It explains how the digital revolution, globalisation and demographic changes transform the labour market. Compare the Netherlands to other OECD countries on employment rate, labour market insecurity, earnings and more.
The Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) is an operational unit of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy. NFIA helps and advises foreign companies in the various stages of establishing, rolling out and expanding their international activities in the Netherlands. One of their conclusions is that the Netherlands is currently at the top of digital economies in Europe.