by 2019, increased the spending by 5.2 percent, the biggest increase since 2009. Spending on child care increased by 11 per cent to report to the Dutch Central Bureau for Statistics (CBS) on Thursday.
throughout the year to 4.8 billion on child care paid. This is due to an increase in the number of children staying and the number of opvanguren, but it is also due to higher rates as a result of the more stringent standards of quality. This, for example, that there are more staff members need to be present in the quantity of children.
when the child saw the nurse, care and home care is the largest spending increase. It was going to be at 6.9 per cent, bringing the total expenditure to eur 20.2 billion euros, came in. This is, in part, due to the means by which nursing homes have been made available to improve the quality of the care, but also due to an increase in the number of days to be sure.
In total, the spending by 2019 106,2 billion, of which more than 5 billion euros more than in 2018. Each person, on average, 6.120 euros to be issued, which is 263 euros more than the previous year.