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NATO countries Compared by Agriculture > Farm workers

DEFINITION: Agricultural employment shows the number of agricultural workers in the agricultural sector.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Turkey 8.63 million 2008
2 Poland 3.1 million 2008
3 Spain 1.08 million 2008
4 Romania 966,000 2008
5 Italy 912,000 2008
6 Germany 719,000 2008
7 Greece 667,000 2008
8 France 630,000 2008
9 Albania 615,000 2008
10 Portugal 553,000 2008
11 United Kingdom 485,000 2008
12 Hungary 346,000 2008
13 Czech Republic 344,000 2008
14 Canada 341,000 2008
15 Netherlands 225,000 2008
16 Slovakia 204,000 2008
17 Bulgaria 142,000 2008
18 Lithuania 136,000 2008
19 Latvia 116,000 2008
20 Croatia 97,000 2008
21 Norway 92,000 2008
22 Denmark 80,000 2008
=23 Estonia 63,000 2008
=23 Belgium 63,000 2008
25 Iceland 12,000 2008
26 Slovenia 9,000 2008
27 Luxembourg 3,000 2008

Citation

"Countries Compared by Agriculture > Farm workers. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Food and Agriculture Organisation, Production Yearbook and data files. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/NATO-countries/Agriculture/Farm-workers

NATO countries Compared by Agriculture > Farm workers

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Interesting observations about Agriculture > Farm workers

  • China has had the highest farm workers since 1980.
  • India ranked first for farm workers amongst Hot countries in 2008.
  • Ethiopia ranked first for farm workers amongst Christian countries in 2008.
  • Indonesia ranked first for farm workers amongst Muslim countries in 2008.
  • Philippines ranked first for farm workers amongst Catholic countries in 2008.
  • Turkey ranked first for farm workers amongst Europe in 2008.
  • Brazil ranked first for farm workers amongst Latin America and Caribbean in 2008.
  • Poland ranked first for farm workers amongst European Union in 2008.
  • Sudan ranked first for farm workers amongst Heavily indebted countries in 2008.
  • United States ranked second for farm workers amongst High income OECD countries in 2008.
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