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How employee distribution across industries changed this century

P egasconsulting.ro fy legasconsulting How employee distribution across industries changed this century Not only the way we work, but where we work has massively changed from the beginning of this century. In 2001, almost half of the World's employed population (46%) had elementary occupations and were skilled agricultural, forestry, and fishery workers, while 6.3% were professionals. Twenty years later, the number of employees in elementary occupation decreased by 10 percent, while the number of professionals increased by 4 percent, and continues to increase according to the International Labour Organisation. The service and sales sector is also a fast-growing one, in 20 years the number of people around the globe that work in this area grew by 3%. How to read: managers Colour and size = distribution (%) out of total employed people. The darker the shade of each petal's color, the higher the percentage of people out of the total employed population. The bigger the size of each petal the higher the perc data by occupation according to the latest version of the International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO). plant and machine operators, and assemblers professionals craft and related trades workers technicians and associate professionals clerical support workers tage. Disaggregated elementary occupations and skilled agricultural, forestry and fishery workers service and sales workers Colour legend: 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Top ten countries with the highest percentage of employees in each occupation category (% of tötal employed population) Plant and machine Craft and related trades workers Elementary occupations Managers operators, and assemblers 91.1 Philippines Singapore New Zealand 18.6 Tunisia 14.9 32.5 Tonga Cambodia Burundi 81.9 Hungary North Мacedonia Slovakia Turkmenistan Czech Republic 15.8 14.7 27.3 Burkina Faso 14.4 24.5 78.1 Madagascar Rwanda 13.7 Qatar Estonia 76.4 12.6 14.4 Venezuela 22.5 Hong Kong, China Puerto Rico United Kingdom 11.9 13.9 South Sudan 20.9 Tanzania 76.4 11.5 13.6 Kyrgyzstan 20.7 Lao 74.6 11.3 13.6 Ghana 20.2 Somalia 74.5 Australia Oman Trinidad and 10.9 Belarus 13.4 Syria 20.2 Mozambique 74.3 73.4 Tobago Lebanon 10.9 Lesotho 12.9 Iran 19.8 Zimbabwe 10.9 Peru 12.6 Saint Lucia 19.3 Kenya 72.7 Service and sales workers Clerical support workers Technicians and Professionals associate professionals 劃 事 Togo Venezuela Macau, China Japan Colombia Luxembourg Sweden 41.0 28.5 Germany Nigeria Singapore Hong Kong 23.2 41.4 38.6 20.6 23.0 29.7 Gambia 38.3 19.8 22.2 Norway Israel 28.8 Bahrain 34.6 Puerto Rico 17.2 20.9 28.4 34.3 Angola Virgin Islands New Caledonia Saudi Arabia 16.6 France 20.3 Denmark 27.9 Belize 33.7 16.5 Finland 19.6 Netherlands 27.5 El Salvador 31.1 14.7 Switzerland 19.3 Iceland 27.1 Guatemala 30.5 Fr. Polynesia 14.1 Luxembourg 18.8 Switzerland 26.1 Sao Tome and Principe 30.0 Bahamas 14.0 Sweden 18.7 Finland 26.0 Guyana 29.4 Guam 13.7 Taiwan 18.4 Belgium 25.9 Information source: International Labour Organization Employment distribution by occupation - ILO modelled estimates, Nov. 2019: Annual https://www.ilo.org/shinyapps/bulkexplorer40/?lang=en&segment=indicator&id=EMP_2EMP_SEX_OCU_DT_A ; 米 *

How employee distribution across industries changed this century

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In 2001, almost half of the World's employed population (46%) had elementary occupations and were skilled agricultural, forestry, and fishery workers, while 6.3% were professionals. 

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