Well-being not distributed equally
In Dutch society, people with higher education levels and with a native Dutch background enjoy a higher level of well-being than average. This is one of the conclusions in the Monitor of Well-Being 2018, which has been published by Statistics Netherlands (CBS). For the purpose of assessing the disparities under the ten themes, CBS uses a total of twelve indicators, namely: satisfaction with life, personal well-being, income, wealth, education level, unemployment, perceived health, crime and victim rates, perceived housing costs, volunteer work, trust in other people, and satisfaction with commuting time.
Source: CBS, Netherlands