Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, female (%) (national estimate) - Country Ranking

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Ages 15-24 are generally considered the youth population.

Source: International Labour Organization, Key Indicators of the Labour Market database.

See also: Thematic map, Time series comparison

Find indicator:
Rank Country Value Year
1 Madagascar 73.20 2012
2 Iceland 72.10 2014
3 Ethiopia 67.70 2013
4 Guinea 62.40 2012
5 Zimbabwe 61.00 2011
6 Switzerland 60.90 2014
7 Netherlands 60.70 2014
8 Malawi 58.20 2013
9 Australia 58.00 2014
10 Canada 56.90 2014
11 Tanzania 55.40 2013
12 Denmark 54.90 2014
13 Norway 52.10 2014
14 Vietnam 50.90 2013
15 Macao SAR, China 50.10 2013
16 Austria 49.90 2014
17 New Zealand 49.40 2014
18 United Kingdom 47.80 2014
19 Peru 47.70 2011
20 United States 47.10 2014
21 Zambia 46.80 2012
22 Malta 46.70 2014
23 Mozambique 46.10 2012
24 Cayman Islands 46.00 2013
25 Germany 44.30 2014
26 Sweden 44.00 2014
27 Benin 43.50 2010
28 Israel 43.10 2014
29 Finland 43.00 2014
30 Bolivia 41.90 2011
31 Seychelles 41.80 2011
32 Japan 41.00 2014
33 Mali 40.20 2010
34 Brazil 39.80 2013
34 Colombia 39.80 2014
36 Belarus 37.30 2009
37 Hong Kong SAR, China 36.90 2013
38 Paraguay 36.30 2014
39 Trinidad and Tobago 35.90 2013
40 Thailand 34.30 2013
41 Bhutan 33.40 2012
42 Estonia 33.30 2014
43 Bangladesh 32.10 2010
44 Guatemala 31.40 2013
45 Uruguay 31.20 2013
46 Mongolia 30.40 2012
47 Indonesia 30.10 2013
48 El Salvador 29.90 2013
48 Malaysia 29.90 2014
50 Kyrgyz Republic 29.80 2013
51 St. Lucia 29.60 2010
52 Korea 29.50 2014
52 Russia 29.50 2014
54 The Gambia 29.40 2012
55 Qatar 29.10 2013
56 Azerbaijan 28.90 2011
57 Mexico 28.80 2014
58 Barbados 28.50 2013
59 Ireland 28.40 2014
60 Latvia 28.30 2014
61 Panama 27.90 2014
62 Belize 27.10 2012
63 Costa Rica 26.30 2014
63 St. Vincent and the Grenadines 26.30 2008
65 Honduras 26.10 2011
66 France 26.00 2014
67 Cyprus 25.90 2014
68 Senegal 25.30 2011
69 Ukraine 25.20 2014
70 Ecuador 24.80 2013
71 Chile 24.50 2014
72 Lithuania 24.10 2014
73 Slovenia 24.00 2014
74 Mauritius 23.90 2014
75 Argentina 23.40 2014
76 Lesotho 22.00 2013
76 Turkey 22.00 2014
78 Venezuela 21.90 2012
78 Portugal 21.90 2014
80 Belgium 21.80 2014
81 Czech Republic 21.60 2014
82 Poland 21.30 2014
83 Dominican Republic 20.60 2013
84 Hungary 20.50 2014
85 Albania 19.70 2013
86 Sudan 19.60 2008
86 Botswana 19.60 2010
88 Armenia 19.10 2013
89 Kiribati 18.80 2010
89 Luxembourg 18.80 2014
91 Romania 18.00 2014
92 Suriname 17.40 2013
93 Bulgaria 17.30 2014
94 Montenegro 17.00 2012
95 Namibia 16.90 2012
96 Puerto Rico 16.70 2012
97 Slovak Republic 16.50 2014
98 Spain 16.00 2014
99 India 15.50 2012
100 Sri Lanka 15.40 2014
101 Croatia 15.30 2014
102 Moldova 14.70 2014
103 Morocco 13.90 2013
104 Tunisia 13.30 2012
105 Italy 12.80 2014
106 Samoa 12.20 2012
107 Macedonia 11.30 2014
108 Greece 10.90 2014
109 Oman 10.60 2010
110 South Africa 10.20 2014
111 Serbia 9.70 2013
112 Gabon 9.30 2010
113 Egypt 8.60 2013
114 Timor-Leste 8.00 2010
115 Bosnia and Herzegovina 7.40 2012
116 Syrian Arab Republic 5.00 2010
116 Algeria 5.00 2014
118 Jordan 4.60 2012
119 Saudi Arabia 3.60 2014
120 Iran 3.50 2014
120 Libya 3.50 2012
122 Yemen 2.60 2010

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Aggregation method: Weighted average

Periodicity: Annual

General Comments: Data are based on national surveys or censuses and may differ from the ILO estimates (SL.EMP.1524.SP.FE.ZS).