Labor force with basic education (% of total working-age population with basic education) - Country Ranking - Africa

Definition: The percentage of the working age population with a basic level of education who are in the labor force. Basic education comprises primary education or lower secondary education according to the International Standard Classification of Education 2011 (ISCED 2011).

Source: International Labour Organization, ILOSTAT database. Data retrieved in November 2017.

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Find indicator:
Rank Country Value Year
1 Madagascar 89.80 2015
2 Uganda 82.20 2013
3 Rwanda 73.90 2014
4 Mozambique 73.80 2012
5 Ghana 73.00 2013
6 Benin 72.20 2011
7 Kenya 70.20 1999
8 Togo 69.40 2011
9 Malawi 68.70 2013
10 Tanzania 64.10 2014
11 Congo 62.50 2005
12 Ethiopia 61.20 2012
13 Angola 60.40 2011
14 Niger 55.90 2011
15 Namibia 55.30 2016
16 Botswana 52.40 2010
17 Burkina Faso 49.60 2014
18 Sierra Leone 46.90 2014
19 Liberia 43.10 2010
20 The Gambia 40.70 2012
21 South Africa 40.00 2016
22 Côte d'Ivoire 39.60 2016
23 Mali 35.30 2014
24 Senegal 32.60 2015
25 Guinea 31.50 2002
26 Comoros 25.70 2004
27 Tunisia 20.50 2011
28 Morocco 18.70 2012
29 Egypt 10.60 2016

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Aggregation method: Weighted average

Periodicity: Annual