Employment Demographics - Country Chartbook - NAFTA
The introduction of globalization to the world market has revolutionized the way every economy does business. However the gap between rich and poor nations is widening while those in the middle are growing rapidly as firms outsource labor to cheaper nations, and many Western nations are beginning to see protectionist politics as the solution for their loss of power and control.
- The largest economy in the group is the USA.
- Life expectancy is highest in Canada.
Reasons to Buy
- This report is a chartbook, which collects large datasets and displays them as easy-to-understand graphics and charts.
- It identifies the largest country economies in a particular geography or grouping by 2019 nominal GDP.
- It details the various employment, economic and demographic factors of each country, including extensive historical data ranges and forecasts over the next six years.
- Identifies the major economies within each group by real GDP.
- Provides data on population, including a breakdown by age group and gender.
- Details unemployment over time, and unemployment by age group.
- Provides data on the structure of the economy in terms of employment in each sector.
- Gives the percentage of the population classed as self-employed.
- Details median incomes and the gender pay gap.
- Provides data on minimum monthly wages and the length of the average working week.
- Provides a more detailed breakdown of each country in the group or region.
- Real GDP
- Population Structure
- Unemployment Rates
- Employment Distribution
- Median Income & The Gender Pay Gap
- Monthly Minimim Wages & Working Hours
- Country-Specific Charts