Last Updated on July 24, 2019
The need to work and produce is an innate feeling that all humans have since the major goal for everyone in the world is looking for a job that allows them to live happy and comfortable.
However, high availability of jobs is an important factor which ensures that countries have strong economic and industrial development, so, if you are wondering about what are the countries that have the topmost employment rate in the world, or about the countries that offer highest job opportunities for women vs men, or even you want to start a new career abroad.
We will answer all these questions by giving you a ranking of the 10 best countries with the greatest employment rate.
You might be surprized about the fact that Iceland is number one in our ranking; in fact, it has the biggest percentage of dynamic workers for both men and women with 82.54%; particularly, males dynamic workforce population make up 85.75% while females make up 79.28% of the dynamic workforce population.
However, the unemployment rate is not high with a total of 3.98% for both genders; men make up 3.88%, whereas women make up 4.10%.
Sweden is the second country that has the biggest percentage of dynamic workforce population with a total of 71.97% for men and women, in particular, men make up 74.40% of the dynamic workforce population, while women make up only 69.47% of the dynamic workforce population.
Yet, Sweden has a bigger unemployment rate than other countries with a total of 7.39% for both genders.
The Legatum Institute has selected Norway as the world’s most prosperous country; also, it is considered the best country in Europe with available job opportunities in an equal manner for both genders with a total of 71.17%.
Mainly, Men make up 73.92% of the dynamic workforce population, and women make up 68.29%. Whereas unemployment rate for both men and women make up only 4.39%.
Colombia is a good destination to find jobs, but only for men! The numbers reflect how it is really difficult for women to contribute in the workforce population compared with men. So, men make up 81.63% of the active workforce population, and women make up only 58.60%!
Automatically, the unemployment rate is increased among women with 11.83%. Whereas men make up only 6.75%
Estonia had a very strong labor force since it was a communist country and it stills a good destination to find a job maybe easier than any other European country. The dynamic workforce population in Estonia is 69.71 % for both genders; particularly men make up 74.48% of the workforce population, whereas women make up 65.28% of the workforce population.
But that doesn’t deny the fact that Estonia still has a remarkable unemployment percentage that is 6.16% among men and women.
Russia is one of the leading countries with its strong and dynamic workforce population with a total of 69.17% among both genders; however, men make up 75.53% of the active workforce population which is approximately higher than women with 63.44%.
The unemployment rate in Russia is also remarkable with a total of 5.57% which is an equal percentage for both genders.
7. New Zealand
New Zealand is approximately similar to Russia with 68.98% of the total dynamic workforce population among men and women. In particular, Women make up 63.69% of the dynamic workforce population, whereas men make up 74.58% of the workforce population.
Also, the Unemployment rate is identical with Russia with a total of 5.77% for both genders.
Switzerland has a very active workforce population with 72.89% among men and women. Obviously, men make up the big percentage with75.84% of the active workforce population whereas women make up only 63.14% of the active workforce population.
However, Switzerland unemployment rate has changed since 2007, but it still makes up a total of 4.54% for both men and women.
Finland has a strong need of external active workforce population since its internal workforce population is only 66.04% among both genders.
Mainly; men make up only 68.34% of the active workforce population, and women make up 63.73% of the active workforce population. Yet, the unemployment rate is also noticeable with a total of 9.27% for both genders.
Canada is similar to Finland to a great extent since it is also in a great need of external dynamic workforce population. The total dynamic workforce population in Canada for both genders is 65.84%.
In particular; men make up 70.60% of the dynamic workforce population, whereas women make up 61.22% of the dynamic workforce population. Canada has also a considerable unemployment rate with a total of 6.9% for both genders.