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Labor > Employees, industry, male > % of male employment: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Employees, industry, male (% of male employment). Employees are people who work for a public or private employer and receive remuneration in wages, salary, commission, tips, piece rates, or pay in kind. Industry corresponds to divisions 2-5 (ISIC revision 2) or tabulation categories C-F (ISIC revision 3) and includes mining and quarrying (including oil production), manufacturing, construction, and public utilities (electricity, gas, and water).

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Qatar 58.6% 2012
2 Saint Kitts and Nevis 52% 2001
3 Slovakia 50.6% 2012
4 Czech Republic 49.4% 2012
5 San Marino 47.9% 2008
6 Estonia 44.7% 2012
7 Trinidad and Tobago 43.8% 2008
8 Belarus 43.3% 2009
9 Oman 43.1% 2010
10 American Samoa 43% 1990
11 Bahrain 42.1% 2010
12 Poland 41.9% 2012
13 Slovenia 41.5% 2012
14 Germany 40.2% 2012
15 Hungary 39% 2012
16 Russia 38.4% 2008
17 Bosnia and Herzegovina 38.3% 2012
18 Austria 37.9% 2012
19 Italy 37.6% 2012
20 Bulgaria 37% 2012
21 Croatia 36.3% 2012
22 Syria 36.1% 2011
23 Finland 35.6% 2012
24 European Union 35.4% 2012
25 Romania 35.3% 2012
26 Portugal 35.1% 2012
NATO countries average (profile) 35.05% 2012
European Union average (profile) 34.83% 2012
Eastern Europe average (profile) 34.73% 2007
Europe average (profile) 34.53% 2009
27 Lithuania 34.1% 2012
Eurozone average (profile) 34.09% 2012
High income OECD countries average (profile) 33.51% 2010
=28 Republic of Macedonia 33.4% 2012
=28 Latvia 33.4% 2012
=30 Kosovo 33.3% 2012
=30 Serbia 33.3% 2012
=30 Argentina 33.3% 2012
=30 Faeroe Islands 33.3% 2005
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 33.25% 2010
34 Iran 33.2% 2008
=35 Malaysia 33.1% 2012
=35 Japan 33.1% 2010
37 Aruba 32.9% 2007
=38 Cayman Islands 32.8% 2008
=38 South Africa 32.8% 2011
=38 New Caledonia 32.8% 1996
41 Belgium 32.7% 2012
42 Algeria 32.2% 2011
43 France 32.1% 2012
44 Chile 31.9% 2011
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 31.83% 2012
=45 Mauritius 31.8% 2012
=45 Grenada 31.8% 1998
=47 Canada 31.7% 2008
=47 Australia 31.7% 2008
Non-religious countries average (profile) 31.65% 2008
49 Norway 31.6% 2012
Emerging markets average (profile) 31.58% 2009
50 Tunisia 31% 1989
=51 Suriname 30.8% 2004
=51 Cyprus 30.8% 2012
=53 Turkey 30.7% 2012
=53 New Zealand 30.7% 2009
55 Spain 30.5% 2012
56 Sweden 30.3% 2012
57 Israel 29.7% 2009
58 Guyana 29.5% 2002
59 Switzerland 29.4% 2012
60 Brazil 29.2% 2011
=61 Venezuela 29% 2010
=61 Mexico 29% 2011
63 Denmark 28.9% 2012
64 United Kingdom 28.7% 2012
65 Brunei 28.6% 2001
66 Uruguay 28.5% 2007
67 Malta 28.4% 2012
68 Albania 28.3% 2010
69 Barbados 28.2% 2012
=70 Saudi Arabia 28.1% 2012
=70 Egypt 28.1% 2011
72 Iceland 28% 2012
73 Bolivia 27.8% 2009
=74 Tajikistan 27.1% 2004
=74 United Arab Emirates 27.1% 2009
=74 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 27.1% 2001
77 Kuwait 26.7% 2005
=78 Ireland 26.6% 2012
=78 Macau 26.6% 2008
80 Dominica 26.5% 2001
81 Sao Tome and Principe 26.3% 2000
=82 Armenia 26.1% 2011
=82 Antigua and Barbuda 26.1% 2008
=84 India 26% 2012
=84 Kazakhstan 26% 2008
86 Montenegro 25.8% 2012
=87 Moldova 25.7% 2012
=87 Kyrgyzstan 25.7% 2006
=87 Singapore 25.7% 2009
90 Vietnam 25.2% 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 25.17% 2008
91 United States 25.1% 2010
92 Lebanon 24.9% 2009
93 French Polynesia 24.5% 2007
94 Costa Rica 24.4% 2012
95 Panama 24.2% 2012
=96 Isle of Man 24% 2006
=96 Morocco 24% 2008
98 Colombia 23.8% 2012
99 Netherlands 23.3% 2011
100 Thailand 23.1% 2012
101 El Salvador 23% 2012
=102 Greece 22.9% 2012
=102 Peru 22.9% 2011
104 Dominican Republic 22.4% 2011
105 Jamaica 22.3% 2012
=106 Ecuador 22.1% 2012
=106 Pakistan 22.1% 2008
=106 Mongolia 22.1% 2011
109 Azerbaijan 21.9% 2012
=110 Belize 21.8% 2005
=110 Guatemala 21.8% 2012
=112 Paraguay 21.7% 2012
=112 The Bahamas 21.7% 2011
=114 Iraq 21.6% 2008
=114 Namibia 21.6% 2012
116 Saint Lucia 21.3% 2004
117 Indonesia 21.2% 2009
118 Bermuda 20.5% 2004
South Asia average (profile) 20.3% 2005
=119 South Korea 20.2% 2010
=119 Senegal 20.2% 2006
=119 Cuba 20.2% 2011
122 Republic of the Congo 20% 2005
123 Maldives 19.9% 2006
=124 Jordan 19.4% 2012
=124 Honduras 19.4% 2011
126 Botswana 19.2% 2006
127 Yemen 19.1% 2010
=128 Luxembourg 19% 2012
=128 Cambodia 19% 2012
=130 Hong Kong 18.8% 2012
=130 Northern Mariana Islands 18.8% 1995
=132 Gabon 18.6% 2005
=132 Puerto Rico 18.6% 2012
134 Nicaragua 17.6% 2010
135 Philippines 17.5% 2009
136 Ghana 17.4% 2010
137 Georgia 16.5% 2007
138 Marshall Islands 15.7% 1999
=139 Bangladesh 15.1% 2005
=139 Haiti 15.1% 1999
141 Samoa 14.8% 2001
142 Sri Lanka 14.1% 2012
143 Zimbabwe 14% 2004
=144 Liberia 13.5% 2010
=144 Tonga 13.5% 2003
146 Nepal 13.1% 2001
147 Cameroon 12.9% 2010
148 Nigeria 11.8% 2004
149 Zambia 10.9% 2005
150 Kenya 10.8% 2005
151 The Gambia 10.7% 1993
152 Vanuatu 10.5% 2009
=153 Sierra Leone 10.3% 2004
=153 Uganda 10.3% 2003
155 Bhutan 10.2% 2012
156 East Timor 10.1% 2010
157 Kiribati 10% 2000
158 Benin 9.8% 2003
159 Togo 9.5% 2006
160 Guinea 9.2% 1994
161 Lesotho 8.9% 1999
162 Niger 8.3% 2005
163 Mali 8% 2006
164 Equatorial Guinea 7.1% 1983
165 Mozambique 7% 2003
166 Tanzania 6.6% 2006
167 Madagascar 5.6% 2005
168 Rwanda 5.4% 1989
169 Ethiopia 5.1% 2005
170 Laos 4.4% 1995
171 Burundi 4.1% 1998
172 Burkina Faso 3.9% 2005
173 Chad 3.3% 1993

Citation

"Countries Compared by Labor > Employees, industry, male > % of male employment. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", International Labour Organization, Key Indicators of the Labour Market database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Labor/Employees,-industry,-male/%-of-male-employment

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