South Africa - Share of People with Intermediate Education in the Labor Force

Since 2014, South Africa Share of People with Intermediate Education in the Labor Force rose 0.2points year on year. With 68.07 Percent of Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education in 2019, the country was number 36 comparing other countries in Share of People with Intermediate Education in the Labor Force. South Africa is overtaken by Seychelles, which was number 35 with 68.2 Percent of Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education and is followed by Brunei at 67.91 Percent of Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education. Liberia lead the ranking with 90.35 Percent of Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education in 2019, an increase of 1.1points compared to 2018. Cambodia, Cayman Islands and Iceland respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Samoa witnessed the best average annual growth at +3.8points per year, while Myanmar was the worst growing country at -13.3points per year.

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Date Percent of Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education
2019 68.07
2018 68.27
2017 69.22
2016 68.99
2015 68.49
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How does South Africa rank in Share of People with Intermediate Education in the Labor Force?

# 113 Countries Percent of Working-Age Population with Intermediate Education Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Liberia
90.35 % 2019 +1.1 % +1.2 % View data
2 #2
Cambodia
88.03 % 2019 +0.5 % -0.6 % View data
35 #35
Seychelles
68.20 % 2019 -0.2 % -1.2 % View data
36 #36
South Africa
68.07 % 2019 -0.3 % +0.2 % View data
37 #37
Brunei
67.91 % 2018 +2.9 % +0.1 % View data
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