Norway - Share of Men with Intermediate Education in the Labor Force

Since 2014, Norway Share of Men with Intermediate Education in the Labor Force decreased by 0.5points year on year. At 74.44 Percent of Male Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education in 2019, the country was ranked number 49 among other countries in Share of Men with Intermediate Education in the Labor Force. Norway is overtaken by Mauritius, which was ranked number 48 at 74.54 Percent of Male Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education and is followed by Fiji at 73.51 Percent of Male Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education. Liberia topped the ranking with 95.49 Percent of Male Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education in 2019, an increase of 1.1points compared to 2018. Cambodia, United Arab Emirates and Paraguay respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Samoa witnessed the best average annual growth at +5.1points per year, while Myanmar witnessed the worst performance at -9.8points per year.

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Date Percent of Male Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education
2019 74.44
2018 75.06
2017 74.22
2016 74.80
2015 75.62
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How does Norway rank in Share of Men with Intermediate Education in the Labor Force?

# 112 Countries Percent of Male Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Liberia
95.49 % 2019 +1.1 % +1.1 % View data
2 #2
Cambodia
92.75 % 2019 +0.6 % -0.5 % View data
48 #48
Mauritius
74.54 % 2019 -0.1 % -0.6 % View data
49 #49
Norway
74.44 % 2019 -0.8 % -0.5 % View data
50 #50
Fiji
73.51 % 2016 NA -1.0 % View data
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