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Sub-Saharan Africa 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.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Burundi 84.1 2008
2 Mozambique 83 2008
3 Rwanda 81.1 2008
4 Madagascar 79.8 2008
5 Uganda 78.1 2008
6 Guinea 77.1 2008
7 Burkina Faso 76.7 2008
8 Tanzania 75.8 2008
9 Ethiopia 73.1 2008
10 Malawi 69.3 2008
11 Kenya 67.3 2008
12 Chad 67.1 2008
13 The Gambia 66.5 2008
14 Sierra Leone 65.4 2008
15 Ghana 64.2 2008
16 Central African Republic 63.8 2008
17 Comoros 60.3 2008
18 Benin 58.2 2008
19 Zimbabwe 57.4 2008
20 Senegal 56.3 2008
21 Zambia 53.9 2008
22 Liberia 53 2008
23 Eritrea 52.2 2008
24 Gabon 52.1 2008
25 Somalia 51.2 2008
26 Democratic Republic of the Congo 50.8 2008
27 Guinea-Bissau 50.1 2008
28 Cameroon 49.4 2008
29 Togo 48.7 2008
30 Lesotho 47.9 2008
31 Swaziland 46.4 2008
32 Cape Verde 43.9 2008
33 Mauritania 42.4 2008
34 Equatorial Guinea 40.3 2008
35 Botswana 38.5 2008
36 Cote d'Ivoire 38.3 2008
37 Niger 37.8 2008
38 Namibia 37.7 2008
39 Nigeria 37.4 2008
40 Mauritius 36.1 2008
41 Mali 34.9 2008
42 South Africa 34.6 2008
43 Sudan 28.1 2008

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