Singapore - Employment to population ratio

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

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, female (%) (national estimate) in Singapore was 33.00 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 24 years was 39.50 in 1992, while its lowest value was 25.50 in 1998.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15-24 are generally considered the youth population.

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

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Year Value
1992 39.50
1993 37.60
1994 37.30
1995 32.60
1996 32.90
1997 31.90
1998 25.50
2006 34.20
2007 31.30
2008 32.20
2009 28.10
2010 32.80
2011 31.40
2012 32.10
2013 29.90
2014 31.20
2015 35.30
2016 33.00

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, female (%) (modeled ILO estimate)

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, female (%) (modeled ILO estimate) in Singapore was 34.90 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 26 years was 54.50 in 1991, while its lowest value was 31.20 in 2002.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15-24 are generally considered the youth population.

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

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Year Value
1991 54.50
1992 50.00
1993 48.30
1994 46.50
1995 47.10
1996 42.90
1997 42.40
1998 36.50
1999 38.30
2000 46.50
2001 37.30
2002 31.20
2003 32.60
2004 32.60
2005 33.90
2006 36.30
2007 34.60
2008 34.50
2009 31.50
2010 34.90
2011 32.40
2012 33.30
2013 32.10
2014 32.60
2015 33.70
2016 34.90
2017 34.90

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, male (%) (national estimate)

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, male (%) (national estimate) in Singapore was 38.40 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 24 years was 45.60 in 1992, while its lowest value was 32.30 in 1998.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15-24 are generally considered the youth population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1992 45.60
1993 44.50
1994 42.40
1995 36.00
1996 38.60
1997 35.60
1998 32.30
2006 36.60
2007 34.90
2008 35.10
2009 33.60
2010 37.60
2011 35.10
2012 36.60
2013 35.40
2014 37.10
2015 38.10
2016 38.40

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, male (%) (modeled ILO estimate)

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, male (%) (modeled ILO estimate) in Singapore was 38.70 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 26 years was 56.60 in 1991, while its lowest value was 35.80 in 2009.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15-24 are generally considered the youth population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1991 56.60
1992 54.20
1993 51.80
1994 49.90
1995 47.80
1996 46.50
1997 43.70
1998 40.90
1999 41.30
2000 44.80
2001 40.90
2002 37.20
2003 37.70
2004 37.20
2005 37.60
2006 38.80
2007 38.10
2008 36.90
2009 35.80
2010 38.70
2011 36.20
2012 36.80
2013 36.10
2014 36.70
2015 37.20
2016 38.40
2017 38.70

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, total (%) (national estimate)

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, total (%) (national estimate) in Singapore was 35.80 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 24 years was 42.50 in 1992, while its lowest value was 28.80 in 1998.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15-24 are generally considered the youth population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1992 42.50
1993 41.00
1994 39.80
1995 34.40
1996 35.70
1997 33.70
1998 28.80
2006 35.50
2007 33.20
2008 33.80
2009 31.00
2010 35.30
2011 33.30
2012 34.40
2013 32.80
2014 34.20
2015 36.80
2016 35.80

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, total (%) (modeled ILO estimate)

Employment to population ratio, ages 15-24, total (%) (modeled ILO estimate) in Singapore was 36.80 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 26 years was 55.50 in 1991, while its lowest value was 33.70 in 2009.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15-24 are generally considered the youth population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1991 55.50
1992 52.10
1993 50.10
1994 48.30
1995 47.40
1996 44.70
1997 43.10
1998 38.80
1999 39.80
2000 45.60
2001 39.10
2002 34.20
2003 35.20
2004 34.90
2005 35.80
2006 37.60
2007 36.40
2008 35.70
2009 33.70
2010 36.80
2011 34.30
2012 35.10
2013 34.10
2014 34.70
2015 35.50
2016 36.70
2017 36.80

Employment to population ratio, 15+, female (%) (national estimate)

Employment to population ratio, 15+, female (%) (national estimate) in Singapore was 57.70 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 38 years was 58.00 in 2015, while its lowest value was 37.10 in 1991.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15 and older are generally considered the working-age population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1978 38.50
1979 40.20
1980 42.80
1982 47.00
1983 47.40
1984 48.10
1985 46.00
1986 45.60
1987 47.80
1988 50.00
1989 51.90
1991 37.10
1992 41.30
1993 40.10
1994 40.40
1995 38.80
1996 39.60
1997 39.00
1998 37.70
1999 48.10
2000 46.90
2001 49.60
2002 47.70
2003 47.70
2004 48.10
2006 51.60
2007 50.80
2008 53.20
2009 51.60
2010 54.00
2011 54.50
2012 55.30
2013 55.60
2014 56.20
2015 58.00
2016 57.70

Employment to population ratio, 15+, female (%) (modeled ILO estimate)

Employment to population ratio, 15+, female (%) (modeled ILO estimate) in Singapore was 56.70 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 26 years was 57.20 in 2015, while its lowest value was 47.90 in 1993.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15 and older are generally considered the working-age population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1991 48.80
1992 48.50
1993 47.90
1994 48.10
1995 47.90
1996 49.00
1997 49.00
1998 48.40
1999 48.60
2000 50.70
2001 50.00
2002 47.90
2003 48.30
2004 48.80
2005 50.20
2006 52.40
2007 53.00
2008 53.90
2009 53.50
2010 55.40
2011 56.20
2012 57.00
2013 56.90
2014 56.80
2015 57.20
2016 57.00
2017 56.70

Employment to population ratio, 15+, male (%) (national estimate)

Employment to population ratio, 15+, male (%) (national estimate) in Singapore was 73.30 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 38 years was 85.40 in 1984, while its lowest value was 60.00 in 1991.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15 and older are generally considered the working-age population.

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

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Year Value
1978 77.20
1979 76.20
1980 78.50
1982 85.20
1983 84.60
1984 85.40
1985 81.90
1986 78.00
1987 79.30
1988 81.20
1989 83.80
1991 60.00
1992 69.80
1993 69.60
1994 68.90
1995 62.80
1996 66.40
1997 64.50
1998 62.10
1999 74.20
2000 72.30
2001 74.90
2002 72.90
2003 71.70
2004 71.50
2006 73.00
2007 72.20
2008 73.30
2009 72.20
2010 73.50
2011 72.90
2012 73.40
2013 73.20
2014 73.30
2015 73.90
2016 73.30

Employment to population ratio, 15+, male (%) (modeled ILO estimate)

Employment to population ratio, 15+, male (%) (modeled ILO estimate) in Singapore was 74.50 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 26 years was 79.20 in 1991, while its lowest value was 71.90 in 2004.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15 and older are generally considered the working-age population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1991 79.20
1992 78.30
1993 78.00
1994 78.30
1995 76.30
1996 77.30
1997 77.20
1998 75.90
1999 75.00
2000 75.50
2001 75.10
2002 73.00
2003 72.30
2004 71.90
2005 72.70
2006 74.20
2007 74.90
2008 74.50
2009 74.50
2010 75.30
2011 75.20
2012 75.50
2013 74.70
2014 74.60
2015 75.20
2016 74.90
2017 74.50

Employment to population ratio, 15+, total (%) (national estimate)

Employment to population ratio, 15+, total (%) (national estimate) in Singapore was 65.20 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 38 years was 67.40 in 1989, while its lowest value was 48.70 in 1991.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15 and older are generally considered the working-age population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1978 57.90
1979 58.30
1980 60.80
1982 66.10
1983 66.20
1984 66.70
1985 63.80
1986 61.60
1987 63.40
1988 65.40
1989 67.40
1991 48.70
1992 55.20
1993 54.50
1994 54.30
1995 50.80
1996 52.50
1997 51.40
1998 49.40
1999 61.00
2000 66.40
2001 62.00
2002 60.00
2003 59.50
2004 59.60
2006 62.10
2007 61.20
2008 63.00
2009 61.60
2010 63.50
2011 63.50
2012 64.10
2013 64.10
2014 64.50
2015 65.80
2016 65.20

Employment to population ratio, 15+, total (%) (modeled ILO estimate)

Employment to population ratio, 15+, total (%) (modeled ILO estimate) in Singapore was 65.40 as of 2017. Its highest value over the past 26 years was 66.10 in 2012, while its lowest value was 60.10 in 2003.

Definition: Employment to population ratio is the proportion of a country's population that is employed. Employment is defined as persons of working age who, during a short reference period, were engaged in any activity to produce goods or provide services for pay or profit, whether at work during the reference period (i.e. who worked in a job for at least one hour) or not at work due to temporary absence from a job, or to working-time arrangements. Ages 15 and older are generally considered the working-age population.

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

See also:

Year Value
1991 64.00
1992 63.40
1993 63.00
1994 63.20
1995 62.10
1996 63.10
1997 63.10
1998 62.10
1999 61.70
2000 62.90
2001 62.40
2002 60.30
2003 60.10
2004 60.20
2005 61.30
2006 63.10
2007 63.80
2008 64.00
2009 63.80
2010 65.10
2011 65.50
2012 66.10
2013 65.60
2014 65.50
2015 66.00
2016 65.80
2017 65.40

Classification

Topic: Labor & Social Protection Indicators

Sub-Topic: Economic activity