Charting International Labor Comparisons - Labor Force

2014 Edition

21 Mar. 2014

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Section 1: Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Charts
Section 2: Labor Force Charts
Section 3: Competitiveness in Manufacturing Charts 

Section 4: Consumer Price Charts

 

 

Chart 3.

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Click legend to hide and show years.  Hover over data bars to show data for each year.

 

 

Chart 4.

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Note: For Canada, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States, “teenager” refers to anyone between the ages 16 and 19. For Mexico, “teenager” refers anyone between the ages of 14 and 19. Youth unemployment refers to teens and young adults who do not have a job, are actively seeking work, and are available to start work.
Source: The Conference Board, International Labor Comparisons program

 

 

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Note: Employment population ratios are adjusted to US concepts. Agriculture includes agriculture, forestry, hunting, and fishing. Industry includes manufacturing, mining, and construction. The services category includes transportation, communication, public utilities, trade, finance, public administration, private household services, and miscellaneous services. Data for the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and France refer to 1975-2012. Data for Spain refer to 1980-2012.
Source: The Conference Board, International Labor Comparisons program

 

 

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Note: Participation rates for men and women are a percentage of the total male or female working age population. Data for Mexico refer to 2005-2012, data for South Africa refer to 2008-2012, and data for Turkey refer to 2006-2012.
Source: The Conference Board, International Labor Comparisons program

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