Employment and Time Use

Women are less likely than men to participate in the labor market, and when they do participate, they are more likely to be in informal, vulnerable, lower-paying jobs. Progress towards women's full participation in the economy could increase countries' GDP.

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Labor force participation rate by sex and income group (modeled ILO estimate)

Unemployment by sex and income group (modeled ILO estimate)
Vulnerable employment by sex (modeled ILO estimate)
Employment in agriculture, services, industry by sex and income group

 
Agriculture   
 
Service
 
Industry

Low income
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Lower middle income
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Upper middle income
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High income
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Proportion of time spent on unpaid domestic and care work by sex
Law mandates equal remuneration for females and males for work of equal value

 
Yes
 
No

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