The trend dominating the economy and the 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.
Intermediair.nl considers itself to be the work-life platform for the higher educated. Check the articles (in Dutch), for instance, under the topic beroepen en functies (jobs and positions):
Also interesting is the salariskompas (salary compass).
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.
These traditional media look at developments in the (financial) world, the (Dutch) economy and the labour market thoroughly:
VPRO Tegenlicht (in Dutch, but often with English speakers) is an informative programme, investigating new ideas and trends in politics, the economy, sociology and science.
A bit dry, but the website successfully clarifies the big picture in the Netherlands. The official source for all kinds of trends in demographics, the labour market and the economy: cpb.nl.
Insead Knowledge is an expert opinion and management insights portal. The content is scientific, interdisciplinary, international, and intercultural. You can go here for trends and analyses. Not an easy read, but interesting.
Jessie Koen, Assistant Professor with Programme group Work and Organizational Psychology, published an article on de impact van baanonzekerheid (the impact of job insecurity during the corona crisis).