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Labor > Wage and salary workers, male > % of males employed: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Wage and salary workers, male (% of males employed). Wage and salaried workers (employees) are those workers who hold the type of jobs defined as "paid employment jobs," where the incumbents hold explicit (written or oral) or implicit employment contracts that give them a basic remuneration that is not directly dependent upon the revenue of the unit for which they work.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Qatar 99.5% 2012
2 United States 99.1% 2011
3 American Samoa 97% 1990
4 Oman 96.5% 2010
5 Kuwait 96.3% 2011
6 Bahrain 96.2% 2010
7 Tuvalu 95.5% 2002
8 United Arab Emirates 94.9% 2009
9 Brunei 94.4% 1991
10 Turks and Caicos Islands 94.3% 2007
11 Belarus 93.5% 2009
12 Russia 92.1% 2008
13 Saudi Arabia 91.2% 1992
14 Norway 90.5% 2012
15 Luxembourg 90.4% 2012
16 Canada 90.1% 2011
17 Macau 89.5% 2011
18 San Marino 89.1% 2008
19 Estonia 87.9% 2012
20 Denmark 87.7% 2012
21 Aruba 87.5% 2007
22 Japan 87.1% 2011
23 Cayman Islands 86.9% 2008
24 Australia 86.7% 2011
25 Lithuania 86.6% 2012
26 Latvia 86.2% 2012
27 Bulgaria 85.9% 2012
28 Hungary 85.8% 2012
29 Germany 85.7% 2012
30 Hong Kong 85.6% 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 85.51% 2011
31 Sweden 85.4% 2012
32 France 85.1% 2012
33 Austria 84.5% 2012
34 Israel 83.5% 2011
35 South Africa 83.4% 2011
36 Iceland 83% 2012
=37 Switzerland 82.9% 2012
=37 Malta 82.9% 2012
39 Swaziland 82.7% 1997
40 Belgium 82.4% 2012
41 Finland 82% 2012
42 Ukraine 81.9% 2012
43 Saint Lucia 81.8% 2001
High income OECD countries average (profile) 81.76% 2011
=44 Jordan 81.7% 2012
=44 French Polynesia 81.7% 2007
46 Netherlands 81.5% 2012
47 Singapore 81.1% 2012
48 Slovenia 80.8% 2012
49 United Kingdom 80.6% 2012
European Union average (profile) 80.57% 2012
=50 The Bahamas 80.5% 2011
=50 New Caledonia 80.5% 1996
Eurozone average (profile) 80.37% 2012
NATO countries average (profile) 80.29% 2012
52 Slovakia 80.2% 2012
53 New Zealand 79.8% 2011
54 Isle of Man 79.7% 2001
55 European Union 79.67% 2012
56 Barbados 79.5% 2004
Non-religious countries average (profile) 79.03% 2008
57 Puerto Rico 78.9% 2012
58 Spain 78.6% 2012
59 Seychelles 78.5% 1987
60 Cyprus 78.3% 2012
61 Montenegro 78.2% 2012
=62 Suriname 77.8% 1998
=62 Czech Republic 77.8% 2012
=64 Croatia 77.4% 2012
=64 Antigua and Barbuda 77.4% 2001
Europe average (profile) 77.18% 2012
66 Mauritius 77.1% 2012
67 Trinidad and Tobago 76.4% 2005
68 Ireland 75.7% 2012
69 Poland 75% 2012
70 Portugal 74.5% 2012
71 Argentina 74% 2012
72 Costa Rica 73.9% 2012
=73 Malaysia 73.7% 2012
=73 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 73.7% 2008
75 Marshall Islands 72.9% 1999
=76 Bosnia and Herzegovina 72.8% 2012
=76 Djibouti 72.8% 1996
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 72.77% 2012
78 Chile 72.7% 2011
Eastern Europe average (profile) 72.53% 2009
79 Sao Tome and Principe 72.3% 1991
80 Kosovo 71.4% 2012
81 Republic of Macedonia 71% 2012
82 Uruguay 70.8% 2010
83 Italy 70.5% 2012
84 South Korea 70.4% 2011
85 Cuba 70.3% 2011
86 Namibia 69.4% 2012
Emerging markets average (profile) 69.18% 2009
=87 Grenada 68.6% 1998
=87 Tunisia 68.6% 2011
89 Kazakhstan 68.2% 2012
90 Romania 67.1% 2012
=91 Belize 66.9% 2005
=91 Mexico 66.9% 2011
=93 Moldova 66.6% 2012
=93 Yemen 66.6% 2010
=95 Turkey 66.5% 2012
=95 Serbia 66.5% 2012
97 Panama 66% 2012
98 Algeria 65.6% 2011
99 Egypt 64.7% 2010
100 Brazil 64.3% 2009
101 Dominica 63.6% 2001
102 El Salvador 62.9% 2012
103 Botswana 62.2% 2006
104 Maldives 61.1% 2006
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 59.89% 2008
105 Syria 59.7% 2011
106 Greece 59.5% 2012
107 Armenia 59.3% 2011
108 Fiji 58.9% 2008
109 Sri Lanka 56.6% 2012
110 Venezuela 55.9% 2012
111 Lebanon 55.1% 2009
112 Iran 54.4% 2008
=113 Paraguay 53.2% 2012
=113 Jamaica 53.2% 2012
115 Philippines 52.9% 2008
=116 Gabon 52.2% 2005
=116 Guyana 52.2% 1992
118 Peru 51.9% 2012
119 Zimbabwe 51% 2002
120 Kyrgyzstan 50.2% 2006
=121 Guatemala 49.2% 2004
=121 Nicaragua 49.2% 2010
123 Albania 48.5% 2010
=124 Tajikistan 47.5% 2009
=124 Morocco 47.5% 2008
=124 Tonga 47.5% 2003
127 Colombia 46.5% 2012
128 Kenya 46.4% 1999
129 Bolivia 46.2% 2009
130 Honduras 46% 2010
131 Thailand 44.6% 2012
132 Cape Verde 43.8% 2000
133 Samoa 43.2% 2011
=134 Cambodia 41.2% 2012
=134 Bhutan 41.2% 2012
136 Mongolia 40.7% 2011
137 Vietnam 40% 2012
138 Georgia 39.6% 2012
139 Pakistan 39.5% 2008
140 Dominican Republic 39.3% 2010
141 Ecuador 38% 2012
142 Azerbaijan 37.4% 2012
143 Republic of the Congo 35.5% 2005
144 Indonesia 34.4% 2009
145 Nepal 33.7% 2001
146 East Timor 32.2% 2010
147 Equatorial Guinea 30.7% 1983
148 Vanuatu 29.4% 2009
149 Malawi 29% 1987
150 Cameroon 28.6% 2010
151 Liberia 27.5% 2010
152 Senegal 26.1% 2001
153 Zambia 25.7% 2000
154 Cote d'Ivoire 25.4% 2002
155 Ghana 25.3% 2010
156 Lesotho 22.5% 1999
157 Uganda 22.2% 2003
158 India 19.4% 2010
159 Haiti 17.4% 1990
160 Togo 16.6% 2006
161 Benin 16.3% 2003
162 Madagascar 16% 2005
163 Mozambique 15.7% 2003
164 Laos 15.5% 2005
165 Bangladesh 14.5% 2005
166 Tanzania 12.7% 2007
167 Mali 12.4% 2007
168 Sierra Leone 11.3% 2004
169 Burkina Faso 9.7% 2006
170 Burundi 9.6% 1998
171 Rwanda 9.4% 1996
172 Ethiopia 9.3% 2005
173 Chad 8.8% 1993
174 Niger 5.9% 2005

Citation

"Countries Compared by Labor > Wage and salary workers, male > % of males employed. 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/Wage-and-salary-workers,-male/%-of-males-employed

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