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Former British colonies Compared by Labor > Employment rate > Young women

DEFINITION: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Ages 15-24 are generally considered the youth population.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Uganda 72.2 2008
2 Tanzania 69.7 2008
3 Australia 63.5 2008
4 Canada 62.1 2008
5 Kenya 55.4 2008
6 The Gambia 54.3 2008
7 New Zealand 53.7 2008
8 Malawi 51.6 2008
9 United States 49.7 2008
10 Sierra Leone 47.9 2008
11 Somalia 47.1 2008
12 Bangladesh 46.5 2008
13 Zimbabwe 44.9 2008
14 Burma 43.5 2008
15 Ghana 41.6 2008
16 Zambia 40.3 2008
17 The Bahamas 39.4 2008
18 Brunei 38.5 2008
19 Trinidad and Tobago 38.1 2008
20 Barbados 38 2008
21 Malaysia 37.4 2008
22 Singapore 36.7 2008
23 Maldives 34.6 2008
24 Bhutan 33.4 2008
25 Lesotho 32.9 2008
26 Belize 29.1 2008
27 Israel 29 2008
28 Fiji 26.4 2008
29 Botswana 25.4 2008
30 United Arab Emirates 24.9 2008
31 Swaziland 24.6 2008
32 Kuwait 23.4 2008
33 Sri Lanka 22.8 2008
34 India 21.4 2008
35 Jamaica 21 2008
36 Guyana 18.8 2008
37 Qatar 18.5 2008
38 Sudan 18.2 2008
39 Bahrain 17.6 2008
40 Nigeria 17.1 2008
41 Pakistan 16.6 2008
42 Namibia 12.1 2008
43 Jordan 7.1 2008

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