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

DEFINITION: Employees, services, 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. Services correspond to divisions 6-9 (ISIC revision 2) or tabulation categories G-P (ISIC revision 3) and include wholesale and retail trade and restaurants and hotels; transport, storage, and communications; financing, insurance, real estate, and business services; and community, social, and personal services.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Kiribati 81.1% 2000
2 Hong Kong 80.1% 2012
3 Puerto Rico 78.7% 2012
4 Jordan 78.5% 2012
5 Northern Mariana Islands 78.3% 1995
6 Luxembourg 77% 2012
7 Bermuda 76.6% 2004
8 South Korea 73.4% 2010
9 Macau 73.1% 2008
10 Isle of Man 73% 2006
11 Singapore 72.8% 2009
12 The Bahamas 72.3% 2011
13 United States 71.7% 2010
=14 Antigua and Barbuda 69.5% 2008
=14 Malta 69.5% 2012
16 Brunei 69.3% 2001
17 Kuwait 69% 2005
18 United Kingdom 68.6% 2012
19 Lebanon 68.5% 2009
20 United Arab Emirates 68.3% 2009
21 Montenegro 67.9% 2012
22 Denmark 66.9% 2012
=23 Israel 66.6% 2009
=23 Saudi Arabia 66.6% 2012
25 Sweden 66.2% 2012
26 Aruba 65.9% 2007
27 Belgium 65.7% 2012
=28 Canada 65.4% 2008
=28 Ireland 65.4% 2012
=28 Cyprus 65.4% 2012
31 Argentina 65.2% 2012
32 Norway 64.7% 2012
=33 Australia 64.1% 2008
=33 Gabon 64.1% 2005
35 Greece 64% 2012
36 French Polynesia 63.9% 2007
=37 France 63.6% 2012
=37 Spain 63.6% 2012
39 Switzerland 63.4% 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 63.15% 2010
40 Cayman Islands 63% 2008
=41 Barbados 62.8% 2012
=41 Iceland 62.8% 2012
43 Kosovo 62.3% 2012
44 Maldives 62.2% 2006
45 Japan 61.9% 2010
46 Iraq 61.3% 2008
47 Netherlands 60.9% 2011
48 New Zealand 60.7% 2009
High income OECD countries average (profile) 59.82% 2010
Non-religious countries average (profile) 59.8% 2008
Eurozone average (profile) 59.71% 2012
49 Mauritius 59.7% 2012
50 European Union 58.43% 2012
51 South Africa 58.3% 2011
=52 Finland 58.1% 2012
=52 New Caledonia 58.1% 1996
=54 Italy 57.9% 2012
=54 Germany 57.9% 2012
European Union average (profile) 57.67% 2012
56 Venezuela 57.5% 2010
57 Austria 56.9% 2012
NATO countries average (profile) 56.44% 2012
58 Dominican Republic 56.4% 2011
59 Costa Rica 56.2% 2012
60 Yemen 56.1% 2010
61 Uruguay 56% 2007
62 Marshall Islands 55.7% 1999
63 Algeria 55.5% 2011
64 Bahrain 55.3% 2010
65 Latvia 54.7% 2012
=66 Suriname 54.6% 2004
=66 Bulgaria 54.6% 2012
68 Chile 54.5% 2011
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 54.37% 2012
Europe average (profile) 54.02% 2009
=69 Panama 53.9% 2012
=69 Lithuania 53.9% 2012
71 Hungary 53.8% 2012
72 Cuba 53.5% 2011
73 Faeroe Islands 53.3% 2005
74 Portugal 52.8% 2012
75 Brazil 52.1% 2011
76 Colombia 52% 2012
=77 Malaysia 51.9% 2012
=77 American Samoa 51.9% 1990
79 Jamaica 51.8% 2012
80 San Marino 51.6% 2008
81 Turkey 51.5% 2012
=82 Mexico 51.1% 2011
=82 Russia 51.1% 2008
84 Trinidad and Tobago 50.8% 2008
=85 Syria 50.7% 2011
=85 Oman 50.7% 2010
87 Namibia 50.2% 2012
88 Croatia 49.8% 2012
89 Belize 49.7% 2005
Emerging markets average (profile) 49.42% 2009
90 Republic of Macedonia 49.4% 2012
91 Slovenia 49.2% 2012
92 Saint Lucia 48.8% 2004
93 Peru 48.7% 2011
94 Estonia 48.4% 2012
=95 Paraguay 48.2% 2012
=95 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 48.2% 2001
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 47.45% 2008
97 Iran 47.4% 2008
98 Czech Republic 46.7% 2012
=99 Azerbaijan 46.3% 2012
=99 Grenada 46.3% 1998
101 Egypt 46% 2011
102 Republic of the Congo 45.9% 2005
103 Ecuador 45.8% 2012
104 Botswana 45.7% 2006
105 Slovakia 44.9% 2012
106 Poland 44.8% 2012
=107 El Salvador 44.6% 2012
=107 Moldova 44.6% 2012
109 Mongolia 44.4% 2011
110 Serbia 44.3% 2012
111 Dominica 43.9% 2001
Eastern Europe average (profile) 43.72% 2007
112 Bangladesh 43% 2005
113 Kazakhstan 42.9% 2008
114 Sao Tome and Principe 42.6% 2000
115 Bosnia and Herzegovina 42.4% 2012
116 Morocco 41.6% 2008
117 Armenia 41.2% 2011
118 Bhutan 41.1% 2012
119 Pakistan 40.9% 2008
120 Bolivia 40.8% 2009
121 Tunisia 40.6% 1989
122 Philippines 40.4% 2009
123 Qatar 39.8% 2012
South Asia average (profile) 39.25% 2005
124 Guyana 39.2% 2002
=125 East Timor 38.6% 2010
=125 Indonesia 38.6% 2009
127 Albania 38.5% 2010
128 Cameroon 38.2% 2010
129 Nicaragua 38.1% 2010
=130 Belarus 37.4% 2009
=130 Kyrgyzstan 37.4% 2006
132 Ghana 37.1% 2010
=133 Liberia 37% 2010
=133 Nigeria 37% 2004
135 Romania 36.7% 2012
136 Tonga 35.8% 2003
137 Thailand 35.7% 2012
138 The Gambia 35% 1993
139 Saint Kitts and Nevis 34.7% 2001
140 Kenya 34.6% 2005
=141 Guatemala 34.5% 2012
=141 Benin 34.5% 2003
143 Samoa 33.3% 2001
144 Georgia 33% 2007
145 Senegal 32.7% 2006
146 Cambodia 31.7% 2012
147 Honduras 31.4% 2011
148 India 31% 2012
149 Tajikistan 30.8% 2004
=150 Vanuatu 29.4% 2009
=150 Vietnam 29.4% 2012
152 Togo 28.6% 2006
153 Sri Lanka 28.2% 2012
154 Uganda 28% 2003
155 Niger 26.5% 2005
156 Nepal 26.4% 2001
157 Mali 24.1% 2006
158 Mozambique 23.8% 2003
=159 Sierra Leone 23.7% 2004
=159 Zambia 23.7% 2005
161 Equatorial Guinea 23.2% 1983
162 Haiti 22.4% 1999
163 Tanzania 20.7% 2006
164 Guinea 18% 1994
165 Zimbabwe 17.3% 2004
166 Chad 15.8% 1993
167 Madagascar 14.6% 2005
168 Laos 14.4% 1995
169 Burkina Faso 13.7% 2005
170 Lesotho 12.8% 1999
171 Rwanda 10.7% 1989
172 Ethiopia 10.4% 2005
173 Burundi 9.3% 1998

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"Countries Compared by Labor > Employees, services, 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,-services,-male/%-of-male-employment

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