Countries With Lowest Full Time Employment - Bottom 10 World

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Full Time Employment Latest Reference
Canada
Cyprus
Estonia
Iceland
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macedonia
Malta
Slovenia

Canada Full Time Employment Change was last reported at 8.10 Thousand. Source: Statistics Canada. Volume, SA. Forecast: 32.1 Thousand.
Iceland Full Time Employment stands at 132.50 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. NSA. Forecast: 144.8 Thousand.
Malta Full Time Employment latest value is 163.60 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. NSA. Forecast: 165.1 Thousand.
Luxembourg Full Time Employment was last reported at 212.90 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. NSA. Forecast: 213.4 Thousand.
Cyprus Full Time Employment stands at 308.00 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. NSA. Forecast: 312 Thousand.
Estonia Full Time Employment latest value is 557.90 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. NSA. Forecast: 562.9 Thousand.
Macedonia Full Time Employment was last reported at 691.40 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. NSA. Forecast: 695.9 Thousand.
Latvia Full Time Employment stands at 782.60 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. NSA. Forecast: 791.1 Thousand.
Slovenia Full Time Employment latest value is 823.00 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. NSA. Forecast: 838 Thousand.
Lithuania Full Time Employment was last reported at 1184.70 Thousand. Source: Eurostat. Forecast: 1185.7 Thousand.
The country with lowest economic is Lithuania (1184.70 Thousand in Q1 2017) followed by Iceland (132.50 Thousand in Q1 2017) in the second position and Malta (163.60 Thousand in Q1 2017) in the third.