Countries With Lowest Employment Rate - Bottom 10 World

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Employment Rate Latest Reference
Argentina
El Salvador
Jordan
Kosovo
Macedonia
Moldova
Morocco
Puerto Rico
Serbia
South Africa

Kosovo Employment Rate was last reported at 28.00 percent. Source: Kosovo Agency of Statistics. NSA. Forecast: 26.1 percent.
Jordan Employment Rate stands at 33.10 percent. Source: The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Department of Statistics. NSA. Forecast: 31.9 percent.
Puerto Rico Employment Rate latest value is 35.90 percent. Source: Departamento del Trabajo y Recursos Humanos, Puerto Rico. NSA. Forecast: 35.7 percent.
Moldova Employment Rate was last reported at 37.70 percent. Source: National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova. NSA. Forecast: 44.4 percent.
Argentina Employment Rate stands at 41.30 percent. Source: Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INDEC). NSA. Forecast: 41.4 percent.
Morocco Employment Rate latest value is 42.40 percent. Source: Haut-commissariat Au Plan. NSA. Forecast: 42.6 percent.
Macedonia Employment Rate was last reported at 43.71 percent. Source: State Statistical Office of the Republic of Macedonia. NSA. Forecast: 43.8 percent.
South Africa Employment Rate stands at 43.74 percent. Source: Statistics South Africa. NSA. Forecast: 43.93 percent.
El Salvador Employment Rate latest value is 44.40 percent. Source: Dirección General de Estadística y Censos - DIGESTYCDirección General de Estadística y Censos - DIGE. NSA. Forecast: 45.02 percent.
Serbia Employment Rate was last reported at 45.50 percent. Source: Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia. Forecast: 45.7 percent.
The country with lowest Employment Rate is Kosovo (28.00 percent in 2016) followed by Jordan (33.10 percent in Q1 2017) in the second position and Puerto Rico (35.90 percent in Apr 2017) in the third.