Joint Programming Initiative

More Years, Better Lives

The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change

Study on Transitions in Employment, Ability and Motivation (STREAM)
Study on Transitions in Employment, Ability and Motivation (STREAM)

Topic
Education and Learning
Health and Performance
Social Systems and Welfare
Work and Productivity
Public Attitudes towards Older Age
Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement
Uses of Technology
Wellbeing
Relevance for this Topic
Country Netherlands
More Topics

Governance

Contact information

TNO Work and Employment
TNO Work and Employment
Polarisavenue 151
2132 JJ Hoofddorp
Netherlands
Phone: 003188 866 61 00
Email: infoSTREAM(at)tno.nl

Timeliness, transparency

Data is collected annually.

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cohort study

Data gathering method


CAWI

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cohort study

Data gathering method


CAWI

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cohort study

Data gathering method


CAWI

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cohort study

Data gathering method


CAWI

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cohort study

Data gathering method


CAWI

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cohort study

Data gathering method


CAWI

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cohort study

Data gathering method


CAWI

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cohort study

Data gathering method


CAWI


Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly

Conditions of access


Official authorisation required by TNO.


Contact data administrator (see contact information).


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is limited English documentation available.

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly

Conditions of access


Official authorisation required by TNO.


Contact data administrator (see contact information).


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is limited English documentation available.

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly

Conditions of access


Official authorisation required by TNO.


Contact data administrator (see contact information).


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is limited English documentation available.

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly

Conditions of access


Official authorisation required by TNO.


Contact data administrator (see contact information).


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is limited English documentation available.

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly

Conditions of access


Official authorisation required by TNO.


Contact data administrator (see contact information).


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is limited English documentation available.

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly

Conditions of access


Official authorisation required by TNO.


Contact data administrator (see contact information).


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is limited English documentation available.

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly

Conditions of access


Official authorisation required by TNO.


Contact data administrator (see contact information).


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is limited English documentation available.

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly

Conditions of access


Official authorisation required by TNO.


Contact data administrator (see contact information).


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


There is limited English documentation available.


Coverage


Data has been collected between 2010 and 2012 with a sample size of 22,759 individuals at baseline. Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


2010


Stratified by age and employment status (employee, self-employed, non-working).


Intomart GfK internet panel.


Employees, self-employed, non-working individuals.


Population aged 45-64 years at baseline


No weighing to Dutch population applied.


Detailed study of: Work (e.g. job characteristics, physical and psychosocial demands and resources, terms of employment), health (e.g. perceived health, diseases, depression, lifestyle, mastery), skills and knowledge (including participation in training and education, skills obsolescence, etc.), social factors (including unpaid work, support from partner, etc.), financial factors, work motivation (e.g. engagement, external and internal motivation, motivation to continue working), work ability, transitions in employment (including retirement, unemployment,job-job mobility, etc.), work productivity (e.g. sick leave, presenteism).


www.tno.nl/stream

Coverage


Data was collected between 2010 and 2012 with a sample size of 22,759 individuals at baseline. Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


2010


Stratified by age and employment status (employee, self-employed, non-working).


Intomart GfK internet panel.


Employees, self-employed, non-working individuals.


Population aged 45-64 years at baseline


No weighing to Dutch population applied.


Detailed study of: Work (e.g. job characteristics, physical and psychosocial demands and resources, terms of employment), health (e.g. perceived health, diseases, depression, lifestyle, mastery), skills and knowledge (including participation in training and education, skills obsolescence, etc.), social factors (including unpaid work, support from partner, etc.), financial factors, work motivation (e.g. engagement, external and internal motivation, motivation to continue working), work ability, transitions in employment (including retirement, unemployment,job-job mobility, etc.), work productivity (e.g. sick leave, presenteism).


www.tno.nl/stream

Coverage


Data has been collected between 2010 and 2012 with a sample size of 22,759 individuals at baseline. Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


2010


Stratified by age and employment status (employee, self-employed, non-working).


Intomart GfK internet panel.


Employees, self-employed, non-working individuals.


Population aged 45-64 years at baseline


No weighing to Dutch population applied.


Detailed study of: Work (e.g. job characteristics, physical and psychosocial demands and resources, terms of employment), health (e.g. perceived health, diseases, depression, lifestyle, mastery), skills and knowledge (including participation in training and education, skills obsolescence, etc.), social factors (including unpaid work, support from partner, etc.), financial factors, work motivation (e.g. engagement, external and internal motivation, motivation to continue working), work ability, transitions in employment (including retirement, unemployment,job-job mobility, etc.), work productivity (e.g. sick leave, presenteism).


www.tno.nl/stream

Coverage


Data has been collected between 2010 and 2012 with a sample size of 22,759 individuals at baseline. Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


2010


Stratified by age and employment status (employee, self-employed, non-working).


Intomart GfK internet panel.


Employees, self-employed, non-working individuals.


Population aged 45-64 years at baseline


No weighing to Dutch population applied.


Detailed study of: Work (e.g. job characteristics, physical and psychosocial demands and resources, terms of employment), health (e.g. perceived health, diseases, depression, lifestyle, mastery), skills and knowledge (including participation in training and education, skills obsolescence, etc.), social factors (including unpaid work, support from partner, etc.), financial factors, work motivation (e.g. engagement, external and internal motivation, motivation to continue working), work ability, transitions in employment (including retirement, unemployment,job-job mobility, etc.), work productivity (e.g. sick leave, presenteism).


www.tno.nl/stream

Coverage


Data has been collected between 2010 and 2012 with a sample size of 22,759 individuals at baseline. Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


2010


Stratified by age and employment status (employee, self-employed, non-working).


Intomart GfK internet panel.


Employees, self-employed, non-working individuals.


Population aged 45-64 years at baseline


No weighing to Dutch population applied.


Detailed study of: Work (e.g. job characteristics, physical and psychosocial demands and resources, terms of employment), health (e.g. perceived health, diseases, depression, lifestyle, mastery), skills and knowledge (including participation in training and education, skills obsolescence, etc.), social factors (including unpaid work, support from partner, etc.), financial factors, work motivation (e.g. engagement, external and internal motivation, motivation to continue working), work ability, transitions in employment (including retirement, unemployment,job-job mobility, etc.), work productivity (e.g. sick leave, presenteism).


www.tno.nl/stream

Coverage


Data has been collected between 2010 and 2012 with a sample size of 22,759 individuals at baseline. Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


2010


Stratified by age and employment status (employee, self-employed, non-working).


Intomart GfK internet panel.


Employees, self-employed, non-working individuals.


Population aged 45-64 years at baseline


No weighing to Dutch population applied.


Detailed study of: Work (e.g. job characteristics, physical and psychosocial demands and resources, terms of employment), health (e.g. perceived health, diseases, depression, lifestyle, mastery), skills and knowledge (including participation in training and education, skills obsolescence, etc.), social factors (including unpaid work, support from partner, etc.), financial factors, work motivation (e.g. engagement, external and internal motivation, motivation to continue working), work ability, transitions in employment (including retirement, unemployment,job-job mobility, etc.), work productivity (e.g. sick leave, presenteism).


www.tno.nl/stream

Coverage


Data has been collected between 2010 and 2012 with a sample size of 22,759 individuals at baseline. Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


2010


Stratified by age and employment status (employee, self-employed, non-working).


Intomart GfK internet panel.


Employees, self-employed, non-working individuals.


Population aged 45-64 years at baseline


No weighing to Dutch population applied.


Detailed study of: Work (e.g. job characteristics, physical and psychosocial demands and resources, terms of employment), health (e.g. perceived health, diseases, depression, lifestyle, mastery), skills and knowledge (including participation in training and education, skills obsolescence, etc.), social factors (including unpaid work, support from partner, etc.), financial factors, work motivation (e.g. engagement, external and internal motivation, motivation to continue working), work ability, transitions in employment (including retirement, unemployment,job-job mobility, etc.), work productivity (e.g. sick leave, presenteism).


www.tno.nl/stream

Coverage


Data has been collected between 2010 and 2012 with a sample size of 22,759 individuals at baseline. Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


2010


Stratified by age and employment status (employee, self-employed, non-working).


Intomart GfK internet panel.


Employees, self-employed, non-working individuals.


Population aged 45-64 years at baseline


No weighing to Dutch population applied.


Detailed study of: Work (e.g. job characteristics, physical and psychosocial demands and resources, terms of employment), health (e.g. perceived health, diseases, depression, lifestyle, mastery), skills and knowledge (including participation in training and education, skills obsolescence, etc.), social factors (including unpaid work, support from partner, etc.), financial factors, work motivation (e.g. engagement, external and internal motivation, motivation to continue working), work ability, transitions in employment (including retirement, unemployment,job-job mobility, etc.), work productivity (e.g. sick leave, presenteism).


www.tno.nl/stream


Linkage


The same standardised procedures are used each year.


Linkable to other person databases of Statistics Netherlands through anonymised personal number (89% of the persons at baseline).

Linkage


The same standardised procedures are used each year.


Linkable to other person databases of Statistics Netherlands through anonymised personal number (89% of the persons at baseline).

Linkage


The same standardised procedures are used each year.


Linkable to other person databases of Statistics Netherlands through anonymised personal number (89% of the persons at baseline).

Linkage


The same standardised procedures are used each year.


Linkable to other person databases of Statistics Netherlands through anonymised personal number (89% of the persons at baseline).

Linkage


The same standardised procedures are used each year.


Linkable to other person databases of Statistics Netherlands through anonymised personal number (89% of the persons at baseline).

Linkage


The same standardised procedures are used each year.


Linkable to other person databases of Statistics Netherlands through anonymised personal number (89% of the persons at baseline).

Linkage


The same standardised procedures are used each year.


Linkable to other person databases of Statistics Netherlands through anonymised personal number (89% of the persons at baseline).

Linkage


The same standardised procedures are used each year.


Linkable to other person databases of Statistics Netherlands through anonymised personal number (89% of the persons at baseline).


Data quality


No relevant survey errors


No


Consistent over time, same questions asked each year.

Data quality


No relevant survey errors


No


Consistent over time, same questions asked each year.

Data quality


No relevant survey errors


No


Consistent over time, same questions asked each year.

Data quality


No relevant survey errors


No


Consistent over time, same questions asked each year.

Data quality


No relevant survey errors


No


Consistent over time, same questions asked each year.

Data quality


No relevant survey errors


No


Consistent over time, same questions asked each year.

Data quality


No relevant survey errors


No


Consistent over time, same questions asked each year.

Data quality


No relevant survey errors


No


Consistent over time, same questions asked each year.


Applicability


Strengths: This is a large prospective cohort study, which uses a multidisciplinary approach. It uses stratified sampling based on age, which results in a large proportion of working individuals aged 60-64. The study also uses detailed, high quality data and has a high response at follow-up (2011: 82% baseline sample; 2012: 80% baseline sample). Weaknesses: The study only includes populationaged 45-64 at baseline.

Applicability


Strengths: This is a large prospective cohort study, which uses a multidisciplinary approach. It uses stratified sampling based on age, which results in a large proportion of working individuals aged 60-64. The study also uses detailed, high quality data and has a high response at follow-up (2011: 82% baseline sample; 2012: 80% baseline sample). Weaknesses: The study only includes populationaged 45-64 at baseline.

Applicability


Strengths: This is a large prospective cohort study, which uses a multidisciplinary approach. It uses stratified sampling based on age, which results in a large proportion of working individuals aged 60-64. The study also uses detailed, high quality data and has a high response at follow-up (2011: 82% baseline sample; 2012: 80% baseline sample). Weaknesses: The study only includes populationaged 45-64 at baseline.

Applicability


Strengths: This is a large prospective cohort study, which uses a multidisciplinary approach. It uses stratified sampling based on age, which results in a large proportion of working individuals aged 60-64. The study also uses detailed, high quality data and has a high response at follow-up (2011: 82% baseline sample; 2012: 80% baseline sample). Weaknesses: The study only includes populationaged 45-64 at baseline.

Applicability


Strengths: This is a large prospective cohort study, which uses a multidisciplinary approach. It uses stratified sampling based on age, which results in a large proportion of working individuals aged 60-64. The study also uses detailed, high quality data and has a high response at follow-up (2011: 82% baseline sample; 2012: 80% baseline sample). Weaknesses: The study only includes populationaged 45-64 at baseline.

Applicability


Strengths: This is a large prospective cohort study, which uses a multidisciplinary approach. It uses stratified sampling based on age, which results in a large proportion of working individuals aged 60-64. The study also uses detailed, high quality data and has a high response at follow-up (2011: 82% baseline sample; 2012: 80% baseline sample). Weaknesses: The study only includes populationaged 45-64 at baseline.

Applicability


Strengths: This is a large prospective cohort study, which uses a multidisciplinary approach. It uses stratified sampling based on age, which results in a large proportion of working individuals aged 60-64. The study also uses detailed, high quality data and has a high response at follow-up (2011: 82% baseline sample; 2012: 80% baseline sample). Weaknesses: The study only includes populationaged 45-64 at baseline.

Applicability


Strengths: This is a large prospective cohort study, which uses a multidisciplinary approach. It uses stratified sampling based on age, which results in a large proportion of working individuals aged 60-64. The study also uses detailed, high quality data and has a high response at follow-up (2011: 82% baseline sample; 2012: 80% baseline sample). Weaknesses: The study only includes populationaged 45-64 at baseline.


  • The information about this dataset was compiled by the author:
  • Frank P. Pijpers
  • (see Partners)