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Cold countries Compared by Labor > Employment rate > Women

DEFINITION: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Ages 15 and older are generally considered the working-age population.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China 67.2 2008
2 Iceland 66.5 2008
=3 Norway 57.7 2008
=3 Kazakhstan 57.7 2008
5 Canada 56.4 2008
6 Denmark 54.8 2008
7 Nepal 54.7 2008
8 Switzerland 53.6 2008
9 Sweden 53 2008
10 United States 52.9 2008
11 Russia 51.3 2008
12 Tajikistan 50.7 2008
13 Mongolia 50.6 2008
14 Finland 50.4 2008
15 United Kingdom 49.9 2008
16 Ireland 49.7 2008
17 Estonia 49.6 2008
18 Latvia 48.4 2008
19 Ukraine 48.3 2008
20 Kyrgyzstan 47.9 2008
=21 Slovenia 47.3 2008
=21 Austria 47.3 2008
23 Georgia 47.2 2008
24 Belarus 47 2008
25 Czech Republic 45.7 2008
26 Lithuania 45.5 2008
27 Germany 44.8 2008
28 Slovakia 44.2 2008
29 Luxembourg 43.1 2008
30 Bhutan 42.6 2008
31 Romania 42.5 2008
32 Poland 41.3 2008
33 Belgium 39.7 2008
34 Hungary 37.9 2008
35 Bosnia and Herzegovina 35.7 2008
36 Chile 34.9 2008
37 Armenia 32.1 2008

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Cold countries Compared by Labor > Employment rate > Women

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Interesting observations about Labor > Employment rate > Women

  • Iraq has ranked last for employment rate > women since 1993.
  • China ranked first for employment rate > women amongst Emerging markets in 2008.
  • Mozambique ranked first for employment rate > women amongst Hot countries in 2008.
  • Guinea ranked first for employment rate > women amongst Muslim countries in 2008.
  • Denmark ranked first for employment rate > women amongst European Union in 2008.
  • Burundi ranked first for employment rate > women amongst Christian countries in 2008.
  • Iceland ranked first for employment rate > women amongst Europe in 2008.
  • Uganda ranked first for employment rate > women amongst Former British colonies in 2008.
  • Netherlands ranked first for employment rate > women amongst Eurozone in 2008.
  • Norway ranked second for employment rate > women amongst High income OECD countries in 2008.
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