Countries With Lowest Social Security Rate - Bottom 10 World

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Social Security Rate Latest Reference
Kenya
South Africa
Mozambique
Denmark
Rwanda
Congo
Mauritius
Mexico
Indonesia
Bahamas

South Africa Social Security Rate stands at 2.00 percent. Source: South African Social Security Agency (SASSA). Forecast: 2 percent.
Mozambique Social Security Rate latest value is 7.00 percent, it is ranked as the world's lowest social security rate. Source: National Institute of Social Security. Forecast: 7 percent.
Denmark Social Security Rate was last reported at 8.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 2nd lowest recorded social security rate. Source: Danish Central Tax Administration. Forecast: 8 percent.
Rwanda Social Security Rate stands at 8.00 percent and is the 3rd lowest social security rate. Source: Rwanda Social Security Board. Forecast: 8 percent.
Congo Social Security Rate latest value is 8.50 percent, it is ranked as the 4th world's lowest social security rate. Source: Ministry of Labor and Social Security. Forecast: 9 percent.
Mauritius Social Security Rate was last reported at 9.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 5th lowest recorded social security rate. Source: Ministry of Social Security, National Solidarity, and Reform Institutions. Forecast: 9 percent.
Mexico Social Security Rate stands at 9.23 percent and is the 6th lowest social security rate. Source: Mexican Social Security Institute. Forecast: 9 percent.
Indonesia Social Security Rate latest value is 9.74 percent, it is ranked as the 7th world's lowest social security rate. Source: Direktorat Jenderal Pajak. Forecast: 18 percent.
Bahamas Social Security Rate was last reported at 9.80 percent. It ranks as the world's 8th lowest recorded social security rate. Source: Ministry of Labour and Immigration. Forecast: 10 percent.
Kenya Social Security Rate stands at 10.00 percent and is the 9th lowest social security rate. Source: National Social Security Fund. Forecast: 10 percent.
The country with lowest Social Security Rate is Kenya (10.00 percent in 2018) followed by South Africa (2.00 percent in 2018) in the second position and Mozambique (7.00 percent in 2018) in the third.