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Former Spanish colonies Compared by Labor > Employment rate > Adults

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.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Paraguay 72.8 2008
2 Bolivia 70.7 2008
3 Peru 68.8 2008
4 Equatorial Guinea 62.6 2008
5 Guatemala 62.4 2008
6 Colombia 62 2008
7 Venezuela 61.3 2008
8 Ecuador 60.5 2008
9 Philippines 60.1 2008
10 Panama 58.7 2008
11 Nicaragua 58.3 2008
12 Costa Rica 57.2 2008
13 Mexico 57.1 2008
14 Argentina 56.5 2008
15 Uruguay 56.4 2008
16 Honduras 56.3 2008
17 Cuba 54.4 2008
18 El Salvador 54.3 2008
19 Dominican Republic 53.3 2008
20 Chile 49.6 2008

Citation

"Countries Compared by Labor > Employment rate > Adults. 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/group-stats/Former-Spanish-colonies/Labor/Employment-rate/Adults

Former Spanish colonies Compared by Labor > Employment rate > Adults

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Interesting observations about Labor > Employment rate > Adults

  • Madagascar ranked first for employment rate > adults amongst Hot countries in 2008.
  • Burkina Faso ranked first for employment rate > adults amongst Muslim countries in 2008.
  • Denmark ranked first for employment rate > adults amongst European Union in 2008.
  • Burundi ranked first for employment rate > adults amongst Christian countries in 2008.
  • Iceland ranked first for employment rate > adults amongst Europe in 2008.
  • Thailand ranked first for employment rate > adults amongst Emerging markets in 2008.
  • Uganda ranked first for employment rate > adults amongst Former British colonies in 2008.
  • Iraq has ranked last for employment rate > adults since 2003.
  • China ranked second for employment rate > adults amongst Cold countries in 2008.
  • Netherlands ranked first for employment rate > adults amongst Eurozone in 2008.
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