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Labor > Unemployment > Unemployment with tertiary education > Male > % of male unemployment: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Unemployment by level of educational attainment shows the unemployed by level of educational attainment, as a percentage of the unemployed. The levels of educational attainment accord with the International Standard Classification of Education 1997 of the United Nations Educational, Cultural, and Scientific Organisation (UNESCO).".

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Israel 65% 2007
2 Belarus 56.6% 2007
3 United States 42% 2007
4 Georgia 40.6% 2007
5 Singapore 39.5% 2007
6 Philippines 36.5% 2007
7 Peru 36.2% 2007
8 Kazakhstan 34.6% 2004
9 Ukraine 33.5% 2007
10 India 32.8% 2005
11 Japan 30.9% 2007
12 Pakistan 29.7% 2007
13 Canada 26.7% 2007
14 Russia 25.7% 2007
15 New Zealand 24.1% 2007
16 San Marino 23.5% 2007
17 Switzerland 22.1% 2007
=18 Bahrain 21.9% 2007
=18 Cyprus 21.9% 2007
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 21.5% 2007
20 Ecuador 21.2% 2006
21 Chile 21% 2007
=22 Norway 20.6% 2007
=22 Greece 20.6% 2007
24 Sri Lanka 20.3% 2007
25 Denmark 20.1% 2007
26 Mexico 20% 2007
27 Bangladesh 19.4% 2005
=28 France 19% 2007
=28 Malaysia 19% 2007
High income OECD countries average (profile) 18.45% 2007
30 Spain 18.4% 2007
31 Netherlands 18.2% 2007
32 Panama 18.1% 2007
=33 Colombia 17.6% 2007
=33 Belgium 17.6% 2006
35 Sweden 16.8% 2007
36 Ireland 16.3% 2007
37 Morocco 16.2% 2005
=38 Nicaragua 16.1% 2006
=38 Iceland 16.1% 2002
40 Argentina 15.9% 2006
Emerging markets average (profile) 15.88% 2007
41 Azerbaijan 15.8% 2007
=42 Australia 15% 2007
=42 Slovenia 15% 2007
44 Bermuda 14.6% 2000
45 Finland 14.4% 2007
46 Madagascar 14% 2005
47 United Arab Emirates 13.5% 2005
48 United Kingdom 13.3% 2007
49 Dominican Republic 13.2% 2007
50 Qatar 13% 1997
Eurozone average (profile) 12.84% 2007
51 Uruguay 12.8% 2007
52 Aruba 12.6% 1994
NATO countries average (profile) 12.42% 2007
53 European Union 12.08% 2007
European Union average (profile) 11.9% 2007
54 Lithuania 11.8% 2007
55 Estonia 11.6% 2007
56 Luxembourg 11.3% 2007
57 Croatia 10.9% 2007
58 Paraguay 10.6% 2007
59 Venezuela 10.5% 1999
60 Germany 10.3% 2007
61 Latvia 10.2% 2007
62 The Bahamas 9.9% 2007
63 Austria 9.8% 2007
64 Kyrgyzstan 9.1% 2006
65 Tunisia 9% 2005
66 Portugal 8.9% 2007
67 Turkey 8.6% 2007
68 Italy 8.3% 2007
69 Saudi Arabia 8.2% 2007
=70 Mauritius 8.1% 2007
=70 Gabon 8.1% 1993
72 Indonesia 7.3% 2007
73 Poland 7.2% 2007
74 Bulgaria 6.8% 2007
75 Jamaica 6.7% 2006
=76 Belize 6.6% 2005
=76 Algeria 6.6% 2004
78 Bolivia 6.3% 2000
79 Hungary 6% 2007
80 Brunei 5.8% 2003
81 Ethiopia 5.7% 2005
=82 Burkina Faso 5.6% 2000
=82 Tajikistan 5.6% 2007
=82 Barbados 5.6% 2003
=82 Czech Republic 5.6% 2007
86 Kuwait 5.3% 2006
87 El Salvador 5.1% 1998
88 Netherlands Antilles 5% 2007
89 Romania 4.7% 2007
90 Cuba 4.3% 2007
=91 Saint Lucia 4.2% 2000
=91 Honduras 4.2% 1998
=93 Slovakia 4% 2007
=93 Oman 4% 1996
=93 South Africa 4% 2007
=96 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.4% 2007
=96 Costa Rica 3.4% 2007
98 Suriname 3.2% 1997
99 New Caledonia 3% 1996
100 Senegal 2.8% 2006
101 Brazil 2.6% 2006
102 Central African Republic 2.2% 1995
103 Fiji 2.1% 2005
=104 Dominica 1.4% 1997
=104 Trinidad and Tobago 1.4% 2002
106 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 0.8% 1991
107 Zimbabwe 0.6% 1999
108 Rwanda 0.5% 2000
109 Djibouti 0.3% 1991
110 Thailand 0.2% 2007
111 Malta 0.0 2007

Citation

"Countries Compared by Labor > Unemployment > Unemployment with tertiary education > Male > % of male unemployment. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", International Labour Organisation, Key Indicators of the Labour Market database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Labor/Unemployment/Unemployment-with-tertiary-education/Male/%-of-male-unemployment

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