La fuerza laboral en el mundo

Fuente: CIA World FactBook

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2095.html?countryName=Switzerland&countryCode=sz®ionCode=eu&#sz

Field Listing :: Labor force

 
This entry contains the total labor force figure.
Country Comparison to the World
Country
Labor force
Afghanistan 15 million (2004 est.)
Albania 1.1 million (2009 est.)
Algeria 9.877 million (2010 est.)
American Samoa 17,630 (2005)
Andorra 42,220 (2008)
Angola 7.977 million (2010 est.)
Anguilla 6,049 (2001)
Antigua and Barbuda 30,000 (1991)
Argentina 16.62 million
note: urban areas only (2010 est.)
Armenia 1.481 million (2007 est.)
Aruba 41,500 (2004 est.)
Australia 11.62 million (2010 est.)
Austria 3.63 million (2010 est.)
Azerbaijan 5.874 million (2010 est.)
Bahamas, The 184,000 (2009)
Bahrain 611,000
note: 44% of the population in the 15-64 age group is non-national (2010 est.)
Bangladesh 73.87 million
note: extensive export of labor to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Oman, Qatar, and Malaysia; workers&qt remittances estimated at $10.9 billion in 2009-10 (2010 est.)
Barbados 175,000 (2007 est.)
Belarus 5 million (2009)
Belgium 5.02 million (2010 est.)
Belize 120,500
note: shortage of skilled labor and all types of technical personnel (2008 est.)
Benin 3.662 million (2007 est.)
Bermuda 38,360 (2004)
Bhutan 299,900
note: major shortage of skilled labor (2008)
Bolivia 4.614 million (2010 est.)
Bosnia and Herzegovina 1.863 million (2007)
Botswana 685,300 formal sector employees (2007)
Brazil 103.6 million (2010 est.)
British Virgin Islands 12,770 (2004)
Brunei 188,800 (2008)
Bulgaria 2.61 million (2010 est.)
Burkina Faso 6.668 million
note: a large part of the male labor force migrates annually to neighboring countries for seasonal employment (2007)
Burma 31.68 million (2010 est.)
Burundi 4.245 million (2007)
Cambodia 8.8 million (2010 est.)
Cameroon 7.836 million (2010 est.)
Canada 18.59 million (2010 est.)
Cape Verde 196,100 (2007)
Cayman Islands 39,000
note: nearly 55% are non-nationals (2007)
Central African Republic 1.926 million (2007)
Chad 4.293 million (2007)
Chile 7.58 million (2010 est.)
China 819.5 million (2010 est.)
Christmas Island NA
Cocos (Keeling) Islands NA
Colombia 21.27 million (2010 est.)
Comoros 268,500 (2007 est.)
Congo, Democratic Republic of the 23.53 million (2007 est.)
Congo, Republic of the 1.514 million (2007)
Cook Islands 6,820 (2001)
Costa Rica 2.17 million
note: this official estimate excludes Nicaraguans living in Costa Rica (2010 est.)
Cote d&qtIvoire 7.617 million (2010 est.)
Croatia 1.762 million (2010 est.)
Cuba 5.164 million
note: state sector 78%, non-state sector 22% (2010 est.)
Curacao 63,000 (2008 est.)
Cyprus 400,000 (2010 est.)
Czech Republic 5.37 million (2010 est.)
Denmark 2.82 million (2010 est.)
Djibouti 351,700 (2007)
Dominica 25,000 (2000 est.)
Dominican Republic 4.498 million (2010 est.)
Ecuador 4.59 million (urban) (2010 est.)
Egypt 26.1 million (2010 est.)
El Salvador 2.94 million (2010 est.)
Equatorial Guinea 195,200 NA (2007)
Eritrea 1.935 million NA (2007)
Estonia 688,000 (2010 est.)
Ethiopia 37.9 million (2007)
European Union 225.2 million (2010 est.)
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) 1,724 (1996) (1996)
Faroe Islands 34,680 (November 2008)
Fiji 335,000 (2007 est.)
Finland 2.68 million (2010 est.)
France 28.21 million (2010 est.)
French Polynesia 116,000 (2007)
Gabon 712,000 (2010 est.)
Gambia, The 777,100 (2007)
Gaza Strip 339,000 (2009)
Georgia 1.918 million (2007 est.)
Germany 43.35 million (2010 est.)
Ghana 10.56 million (2010 est.)
Gibraltar 12,690 (including non-Gibraltar laborers) (2001)
Greece 5.05 million (2010 est.)
Greenland 28,240 (January 2009)
Grenada 42,300 (1996)
Guam 82,950 (2007 est.)
Guatemala 4.26 million (2010 est.)
Guernsey 31,470 (March 2006)
Guinea 4.392 million (2007 est.)
Guinea-Bissau 632,700 (2007)
Guyana 333,900 (2007 est.)
Haiti 3.643 million
note: shortage of skilled labor, unskilled labor abundant (2007)
Holy See (Vatican City) NA
Honduras 3.394 million (2010 est.)
Hong Kong 3.7 million (2010 est.)
Hungary 4.17 million (2010 est.)
Iceland 178,800 (2010)
India 478.3 million (2010 est.)
Indonesia 116.5 million (2010 est.)
Iran 25.7 million
note: shortage of skilled labor (2010 est.)
Iraq 8.5 million (2009 est.)
Ireland 2.15 million (2010 est.)
Isle of Man 39,690 (2001)
Israel 3.08 million (2010 est.)
Italy 25.05 million (2010 est.)
Jamaica 1.317 million (2010 est.)
Japan 65.7 million (2010 est.)
Jersey 53,560 (June 2006)
Jordan 1.719 million (2010 est.)
Kazakhstan 8.718 million (2010 est.)
Kenya 17.94 million (2010 est.)
Kiribati 7,870 economically active, not including subsistence farmers (2001 est.)
Korea, North 12.2 million
note: estimates vary widely (2009 est.)
Korea, South 24.62 million (2010 est.)
Kosovo 3.246 million (2009 est.)
Kuwait 2.154 million
note: non-Kuwaitis represent about 60% of the labor force (2010 est.)
Kyrgyzstan 2.344 million (2007)
Laos 3.69 million (2010 est.)
Latvia 1.178 million (2010 est.)
Lebanon 1.481 million
note: in addition, there are as many as 1 million foreign workers (2007 est.)
Lesotho 854,600 (2007 est.)
Liberia 1.372 million (2007)
Libya 1.729 million (2010 est.)
Liechtenstein 32,440 of whom 16,700 commute from Austria, Switzerland, and Germany to work each day; in 2009, 51% of people at work in Liechtenstein were cross-border commuters from abroad (2008)
Lithuania 1.633 million (2010 est.)
Luxembourg 206,000 of whom 125,400 are foreign cross-border workers commuting primarily from France, Belgium, and Germany (2010 est.)
Macau 322,000 (2009 est.)
Macedonia 949,300 (2010 est.)
Madagascar 9.504 million (2007)
Malawi 5.747 million (2007 est.)
Malaysia 11.62 million (2010 est.)
Maldives 144,000 (2009)
Mali 3.241 million (2007 est.)
Malta 174,000 (2009 est.)
Marshall Islands 14,680 (2000)
Mauritania 1.318 million (2007)
Mauritius 597,000 (2010 est.)
Mayotte 44,560 (2002)
Mexico 46.99 million (2010 est.)
Micronesia, Federated States of 16,360 (2008)
Moldova 1.203 million (2010 est.)
Monaco 44,000
note: includes workers from all foreign countries (2005 est.)
Mongolia 1.068 million (2008)
Montenegro 259,100 (2004)
Montserrat NA
Morocco 11.63 million (2010 est.)
Mozambique 9.87 million (2010 est.)
Namibia 729,000 (2010 est.)
Nepal 18 million
note: severe lack of skilled labor (2009 est.)
Netherlands 7.86 million (2010 est.)
New Caledonia 102,600 (2007)
New Zealand 2.32 million (2010 est.)
Nicaragua 2.343 million (2010 est.)
Niger 4.688 million (2007)
Nigeria 48.33 million (2010 est.)
Niue 663 (2001)
Norfolk Island 978 (2006)
Northern Mariana Islands 38,450 total indigenous labor force; 28,717 foreign workers (2005 est.)
Norway 2.59 million (2010 est.)
Oman 968,800
note: about 60% of the labor force is non-national (2007)
Pakistan 55.77 million
note: extensive export of labor, mostly to the Middle East, and use of child labor (2010 est.)
Palau 9,777 (2005)
Panama 1.49 million
note: shortage of skilled labor, but an oversupply of unskilled labor (2010 est.)
Papua New Guinea 3.809 million (2010 est.)
Paraguay 3.038 million (2010 est.)
Peru 10.58 million (2010 est.)
Philippines 38.9 million (2010 est.)
Pitcairn Islands 15 able-bodied men (2004)
Poland 17 million (2010 est.)
Portugal 5.57 million (2010 est.)
Puerto Rico 1.479 million (2007)
Qatar 1.254 million (2010 est.)
Romania 9.35 million (2010 est.)
Russia 75.55 million (2010 est.)
Rwanda 4.446 million (2007)
Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha 2,486
note: 1,200 work offshore (1998 est.)
Saint Kitts and Nevis 18,170 (June 1995)
Saint Lucia 79,700 (2007)
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 3,450 (2005)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 57,520 (2007 est.)
Samoa 66,270 (2007 est.)
San Marino 22,660 (2008)
Sao Tome and Principe 52,490 (2007)
Saudi Arabia 7.337 million
note: about 80% of the labor force is non-national (2010 est.)
Senegal 5.53 million (2010 est.)
Serbia 3.25 million (2010 est.)
Seychelles 39,560 (2006)
Sierra Leone 2.207 million (2007 est.)
Singapore 3.075 million (2010 est.)
Sint Maarten 23,200 (2008 est.)
Slovakia 2.673 million (2010 est.)
Slovenia 930,000 (2010 est.)
Solomon Islands 202,500 (2007)
Somalia 3.447 million (few skilled laborers) (2007)
South Africa 17.32 million economically active (2010 est.)
Spain 22.96 million (2010 est.)
Sri Lanka 8.1 million (2010 est.)
Sudan 11.92 million (2007 est.)
Suriname 165,600 (2007)
Svalbard 1,234 in Norwegian settlements (2003)
Swaziland 457,900 (2007)
Sweden 4.93 million (2010 est.)
Switzerland 4.13 million (2010 est.)
Syria 5.527 million (2010 est.)
Taiwan 11.03 million (2010 est.)
Tajikistan 2.1 million (2009)
Tanzania 21.86 million (2010 est.)
Thailand 38.7 million (2010 est.)
Timor-Leste 414,200 (2007)
Togo 2.595 million (2007)
Tokelau 440 (2001)
Tonga 39,960 (2007)
Trinidad and Tobago 631,000 (2010 est.)
Tunisia 3.83 million (2010 est.)
Turkey 24.73 million
note: about 1.2 million Turks work abroad (2010 est.)
Turkmenistan 2.3 million (2008 est.)
Turks and Caicos Islands 4,848 (1990 est.)
Tuvalu 3,615 (2004 est.)
Uganda 15.51 million (2010 est.)
Ukraine 22.06 million (2010 est.)
United Arab Emirates 3.908 million
note: expatriates account for about 85% of the work force (2010 est.)
United Kingdom 31.45 million (2010 est.)
United States 154.9 million
note: includes unemployed (2010 est.)
Uruguay 1.637 million (2010 est.)
Uzbekistan 16 million (2010 est.)
Vanuatu 115,900 (2007)
Venezuela 13.3 million (2010 est.)
Vietnam 47.49 million (2010 est.)
Virgin Islands 49,820 (2007 est.)
Wallis and Futuna 3,104 (2003)
West Bank 694,000 (2009)
Western Sahara 144,000 (2010 est.)
World 3.232 billion (2010 est.)
Yemen 6.832 million (2010 est.)
Zambia 5.524 million (2010 est.)
Zimbabwe 3.848 million (2010 est.)
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