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Education > Secondary education > Vocational pupils: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Secondary vocational pupils are the number of secondary students enrolled in technical and vocational education programs, including teacher training.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China 12.85 million 2004
2 Egypt 2.53 million 2004
3 Indonesia 2.2 million 2004
4 Russia 2.03 million 2004
5 Germany 1.79 million 2004
6 Italy 1.7 million 2004
Non-religious countries average (profile) 1.64 million 2004
7 Mexico 1.54 million 2004
8 France 1.53 million 2004
9 Turkey 1.32 million 2004
10 United Kingdom 1.3 million 2004
11 Argentina 1.29 million 2003
Emerging markets average (profile) 1.19 million 2004
12 Australia 1.04 million 2004
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 1.04 million 2002
13 Japan 1.02 million 2004
14 Poland 876,864 2004
15 Iran 875,814 2005
16 Thailand 870,602 2005
17 India 726,889 2004
18 Netherlands 724,593 2004
19 Romania 672,707 2004
20 South Korea 514,550 2005
High income OECD countries average (profile) 492,515.11 2004
NATO countries average (profile) 491,210.32 2004
21 Vietnam 466,504 2005
22 Algeria 463,850 2005
23 Brazil 452,342 2003
24 Democratic Republic of the Congo 442,839 2003
European Union average (profile) 424,512.41 2004
25 Spain 422,790 2004
Eurozone average (profile) 418,857.28 2004
26 Chile 384,355 2004
27 Czech Republic 382,065 2004
28 Cameroon 381,435 2005
29 Uzbekistan 378,423 2004
Europe average (profile) 369,448.19 2004
30 Belgium 326,009 2004
31 Ukraine 319,580 2005
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 292,962.06 2003
32 Austria 292,161 2004
33 Colombia 290,336 2005
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 288,582.56 2004
34 Peru 278,751 2004
35 South Africa 275,589 2004
36 Cuba 268,612 2005
37 Serbia and Montenegro 267,129 2001
38 Slovakia 227,009 2004
Muslim countries average (profile) 225,324.85 2004
39 Ecuador 223,851 2005
40 Guatemala 221,795 2005
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 215,510.5 2004
41 Bulgaria 208,614 2004
42 Honduras 207,325 2004
43 Sweden 192,615 2004
44 Bangladesh 192,491 2005
45 Libya 178,052 2003
46 Switzerland 175,978 2004
47 Ethiopia 158,658 2005
48 Pakistan 154,227 2005
49 Croatia 145,510 2003
50 Iraq 139,650 2005
51 Malaysia 138,521 2003
52 Norway 132,089 2004
53 Hungary 130,498 2004
54 Israel 124,690 2004
55 Greece 124,596 2004
56 Morocco 124,537 2005
57 Denmark 123,103 2004
58 Syria 122,356 2005
59 Nigeria 121,977 1991
60 Finland 119,996 2004
61 El Salvador 107,863 2005
62 Canada 103,143 2002
63 Kazakhstan 101,799 2005
64 Panama 98,335 2005
65 Bosnia and Herzegovina 97,388 1991
66 Portugal 93,552 2004
South Asia average (profile) 89,089.75 2005
67 Tunisia 86,597 2004
68 Saudi Arabia 85,620 2005
69 Venezuela 77,659 2005
70 Angola 76,540 2001
OPEC countries average (profile) 73,596.27 1991
71 Rwanda 72,683 2005
72 Slovenia 63,574 2004
73 Costa Rica 60,830 2005
74 Turkmenistan 59,698 1991
75 Benin 57,831 2005
76 New Zealand 55,591 2002
77 Mali 49,943 2005
78 Ireland 49,836 2004
79 Bolivia 49,600 2003
80 Lebanon 48,637 2005
81 Paraguay 46,819 2003
82 Liberia 45,067 2000
83 Congo, Republic of the 43,437 2004
84 Latvia 40,297 2004
85 Dominican Republic 40,001 2005
86 Lithuania 38,197 2004
87 Jordan 35,502 2004
88 Uganda 31,944 2005
Former French colonies average (profile) 30,531.38 1991
89 Uruguay 30,035 2003
90 Singapore 28,871 1991
91 Kyrgyzstan 28,481 2005
92 Cote d'Ivoire 25,699 1999
93 Mozambique 25,287 2005
94 Tajikistan 24,195 2005
95 Albania 24,029 2004
96 Tanzania 23,567 1999
97 Sierra Leone 22,797 2005
98 Moldova 22,696 2005
99 Nicaragua 22,580 2005
100 Burkina Faso 22,432 2005
101 Togo 21,882 2005
102 Nepal 21,602 2005
103 Suriname 21,511 2005
104 Ghana 21,424 2005
105 Mongolia 20,484 2005
106 Mauritius 17,854 2005
107 Sudan 17,801 2005
108 Estonia 17,396 2004
109 Papua New Guinea 17,107 2003
110 Bahrain 15,738 2005
111 Cambodia 15,419 2004
112 Kuwait 14,822 2005
113 Burundi 14,477 2005
114 Kenya 14,313 2005
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 12,990 1991
115 Madagascar 12,691 1999
116 Luxembourg 11,369 2004
117 Botswana 11,169 2004
118 Hong Kong 10,349 2005
119 Yemen 9,699 2005
120 Afghanistan 9,011 2005
121 Georgia 8,498 2005
122 Zambia 7,769 2005
123 Guinea 7,768 2005
124 Gabon 7,587 2002
125 Iceland 7,300 2004
126 Guyana 7,030 2004
127 Central African Republic 6,778 2001
128 Malta 6,704 2004
129 Somalia 6,400 1991
130 Netherlands Antilles 6,088 2003
131 Senegal 5,967 2005
132 Laos 5,812 2005
133 Burma 5,261 1991
134 Belarus 4,690 2005
135 Niger 4,608 2005
136 Cyprus 4,225 2004
137 Haiti 3,590 1991
138 Belize 3,457 2005
139 East Timor 3,356 2005
140 Chad 3,321 2005
141 Mauritania 3,256 2005
142 Vanuatu 3,246 2004
143 Azerbaijan 3,060 2005
144 Brunei 3,010 2005
145 Fiji 2,799 2005
146 Armenia 2,693 2005
147 Cape Verde 2,662 2005
148 Macau 2,410 2005
149 Oman 2,391 1991
150 Djibouti 2,321 2005
151 Eritrea 1,864 2005
152 Equatorial Guinea 1,425 2002
153 Lesotho 1,400 2005
154 United Arab Emirates 1,357 2005
155 Liechtenstein 1,171 2004
156 Aruba 1,128 2005
157 Tonga 1,121 2004
158 Maldives 1,115 2004
159 Seychelles 1,076 1991
160 Guinea-Bissau 895 2001
161 Trinidad and Tobago 892 2005
162 Namibia 875 1991
163 Malawi 780 1991
164 Saint Lucia 757 2005
165 Antigua and Barbuda 700 2000
166 Swaziland 686 2003
167 Grenada 675 2005
168 Bhutan 630 2005
169 Bermuda 580 1991
170 Qatar 519 2005
171 Monaco 478 2004
172 The Gambia 413 2004
173 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 387 2005
174 Jamaica 376 2003
175 Dominica 258 2005
176 Andorra 231 2005
177 Kiribati 170 1991
178 Comoros 168 2005
179 American Samoa 140 1991
180 San Marino 137 1991
181 Sao Tome and Principe 79 2005
182 Barbados 73 2005

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