Unemployment with basic education, male (% of male labor force with basic education) - Country Ranking

Definition: The percentage of the labor force with a basic level of education who are unemployed. 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.

See also: Thematic map, Time series comparison

Find indicator:
Rank Country Value Year
1 Montenegro 36.20 2012
2 Mozambique 34.00 2012
3 South Africa 32.70 2016
4 Slovak Republic 31.60 2016
5 Namibia 29.00 2016
6 Macedonia 28.80 2016
7 Spain 27.40 2016
8 Greece 26.20 2016
9 Lithuania 24.40 2016
10 Algeria 23.60 2004
11 Congo 23.50 2005
12 Bosnia and Herzegovina 22.80 2016
13 Bulgaria 21.50 2016
14 Botswana 21.00 2010
15 Latvia 20.60 2016
16 Czech Republic 20.50 2016
17 Ethiopia 20.00 2012
18 Sweden 18.80 2016
19 France 17.80 2016
20 Croatia 17.20 2016
21 Finland 16.70 2016
22 Belize 16.00 2012
23 Italy 15.50 2016
23 Cyprus 15.50 2016
25 Belgium 15.40 2016
26 Armenia 15.20 2015
27 Kyrgyz Republic 15.00 2013
28 Serbia 14.70 2016
29 Angola 14.50 2011
30 Poland 14.40 2016
31 Slovenia 14.30 2016
32 Canada 13.90 2016
33 Russia 13.80 2015
33 Albania 13.80 2015
35 Ireland 13.70 2016
35 Brazil 13.70 2016
37 Hungary 13.20 2016
38 Timor-Leste 12.90 2013
39 Yemen 12.80 2014
40 Estonia 12.70 2016
41 Austria 12.60 2016
42 Tunisia 12.20 2012
42 Ukraine 12.20 2015
44 The Gambia 11.90 2012
45 Portugal 11.80 2016
46 Israel 11.00 2013
47 Guinea 10.60 2002
48 Morocco 10.30 2012
49 Oman 10.10 1996
49 Germany 10.10 2016
51 Turkey 10.00 2016
52 Luxembourg 9.90 2016
53 Netherlands 9.70 2016
53 Costa Rica 9.70 2015
55 Norway 9.60 2016
55 Kenya 9.60 1999
57 Azerbaijan 9.50 2012
58 New Zealand 9.40 2013
59 Uruguay 9.30 2016
60 Switzerland 9.20 2016
60 Georgia 9.20 2016
62 Denmark 9.10 2016
63 Iran 9.00 2016
64 Lebanon 8.80 2007
65 Argentina 8.60 2014
65 Australia 8.60 2013
67 Egypt 8.50 2016
68 Brunei 8.40 2014
68 Samoa 8.40 2012
70 United Kingdom 8.20 2016
71 Mauritius 7.80 2007
72 Malta 7.50 2016
73 Romania 7.40 2016
74 Mali 7.20 2014
75 Kazakhstan 6.60 2013
76 Palau 6.50 2000
76 Colombia 6.50 2016
76 Sierra Leone 6.50 2014
79 Venezuela 6.40 2012
80 Chile 6.20 2016
80 Senegal 6.20 2015
82 Malawi 6.00 2013
82 Burkina Faso 6.00 2014
82 Dominican Republic 6.00 2014
85 The Bahamas 5.90 1994
86 Cayman Islands 5.70 2015
87 Comoros 5.20 2004
88 Paraguay 5.10 2016
89 Tanzania 5.00 2014
90 Peru 4.80 2016
91 Nicaragua 4.70 2014
92 Iceland 4.50 2016
92 Philippines 4.50 2016
92 Honduras 4.50 2016
92 San Marino 4.50 2016
96 Côte d'Ivoire 4.30 2016
96 Moldova 4.30 2016
98 Uganda 4.10 2012
99 Mongolia 4.00 2016
99 Japan 4.00 1997
101 Hong Kong SAR, China 3.70 2015
102 Mexico 3.60 2016
103 Singapore 3.50 2015
104 Sri Lanka 3.40 2014
104 El Salvador 3.40 2016
104 Guatemala 3.40 2016
107 Bangladesh 3.20 2016
108 Ecuador 3.00 2016
108 Cuba 3.00 2010
110 Indonesia 2.90 2016
110 Bolivia 2.90 2015
112 Korea 2.70 2015
113 Togo 2.60 2011
113 United Arab Emirates 2.60 2005
115 Liberia 2.50 2010
115 Benin 2.50 2011
117 India 2.40 2012
118 Bhutan 2.30 2013
118 Macao SAR, China 2.30 2016
120 Pakistan 2.20 2015
121 Ghana 2.10 2013
121 Malaysia 2.10 2016
123 Panama 2.00 2012
124 Barbados 1.90 2003
125 Papua New Guinea 1.60 2010
126 Bahrain 1.50 2012
127 Cambodia 1.40 2012
128 Vietnam 1.20 2014
128 Saudi Arabia 1.20 2014
130 Nepal 1.00 2008
131 Niger 0.90 2011
131 Rwanda 0.90 2014
133 Myanmar 0.70 2015
134 Lao PDR 0.60 2010
135 Madagascar 0.50 2012
135 Thailand 0.50 2015
137 Qatar 0.10 2013

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Aggregation method: Weighted average

Periodicity: Annual