Public sector in Dominica

Language versions of the website:

Dominica

Public sector in Dominica


The continent: America
  
Iso2:DM
  
Iso3:DMA

For country comparisons (the table on the map) colors are used:
 
 Good performance;
 
 The average;
 
 Poor performance

Unemployment with primary education

91,30 {% of total unemployment[?]}
(1997)
(ascending): 117 in the world of 117 (0,855%); 30 place in America 30 (3,33%)
91,30 {% of male unemployment[?]}
(1997)
(ascending): 111 in the world of 111 (0,901%); 28 place in America 28 (3,57%)
91,40 {% of female unemployment[?]}
(1997)
(ascending): 111 in the world of 111 (0,901%); 28 place in America 28 (3,57%)

Unemployment with secondary education

1,80 {% of total unemployment[?]}
(1997)
(ascending): 2 in the world of 117 (99,15%); 1 place in America 30 (100%)
2,50 {% of male unemployment[?]}
(1997)
(ascending): 1 in the world of 110 (100%); 1 place in America 28 (100%)
(ascending): 1 in the world of 110 (100%); 1 place in America 28 (100%)

Unemployment with tertiary education

2,10 {% of total unemployment[?]}
(1997)
(ascending): 7 in the world of 114 (94,74%); 3 place in America 28 (92,86%)
1,40 {% of male unemployment[?]}
(1997)
(ascending): 7 in the world of 108 (94,44%); 3 place in America 27 (92,59%)
(ascending): 8 in the world of 106 (93,40%); 3 place in America 26 (92,31%)

Employment of the population in Dominica


Employment in agriculture

(descending): 102 in the world of 171 (40,94%); 22 place in America 38 (44,74%)
14,76 % (2,95 % annual) ↗
min: 21; max: 30,80; max-min: 9,80 (31,82%); mid: 25,90;
-4,90 (-23,33%)
29,40 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 77 in the world of 158 (51,90%); 17 place in America 36 (55,56%)
8,33 % (1,67 % annual) ↗
min: 29,40; max: 40,20; max-min: 10,80 (26,87%); mid: 34,80;
-5,40 (-18,37%)
8,30 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 67 in the world of 149 (55,70%); 10 place in America 38 (76,32%)
63,05 % (12,61 % annual) ↗
min: 8,30; max: 16,10; max-min: 7,80 (48,45%); mid: 12,20;
-3,90 (-46,99%)

Employment in industry

(descending): 50 in the world of 171 (71,35%); 6 place in America 39 (87,18%)
6,00 % (1,20 % annual) ↘
min: 17,60; max: 31,70; max-min: 14,10 (44,48%); mid: 24,65;
-4,65 (-23,25%)
26,80 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 27 in the world of 158 (83,54%); 5 place in America 37 (89,19%)
9,14 % (1,83 % annual) ↘
min: 21,90; max: 34,30; max-min: 12,40 (36,15%); mid: 28,10;
-1,30 (-4,85%)
9,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 118 in the world of 157 (25,48%); 29 place in America 36 (22,22%)
6,19 % (1,24 % annual) ↗
min: 9,70; max: 27,30; max-min: 17,60 (64,47%); mid: 18,50;
-8,80 (-90,72%)

Employment in services

58,80 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 46 in the world of 171 (73,68%); 16 place in America 39 (61,54%)
4,08 % (0,816 % annual) ↘
min: 38,80; max: 58,80; max-min: 20 (34,01%); mid: 48,80;
10 (17,01%)
43,90 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 90 in the world of 159 (44,03%); 27 place in America 37 (29,73%)
1,59 % (0,319 % annual) ↘
min: 28,40; max: 43,90; max-min: 15,50 (35,31%); mid: 36,15;
7,75 (17,65%)
81,50 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 56 in the world of 152 (63,82%); 23 place in America 39 (43,59%)
12,07 % (2,41 % annual) ↘
min: 54,50; max: 81,50; max-min: 27 (33,13%); mid: 68;
13,50 (16,56%)

Labor force structure by type of employment in Dominica


Self-employed workers

30,90 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 134 in the world of 159 (16,35%); 30 place in America 36 (19,44%)
15,53 % (3,11 % annual) ↗
min: 30,90; max: 40,50; max-min: 9,60 (23,70%); mid: 35,70;
-4,80 (-15,53%)
35,50 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 129 in the world of 158 (18,99%); 30 place in America 36 (19,44%)
13,66 % (2,73 % annual) ↗
min: 35,50; max: 45,20; max-min: 9,70 (21,46%); mid: 40,35;
-4,85 (-13,66%)
23,80 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 150 in the world of 158 (5,70%); 36 place in America 36 (2,78%)
19,75 % (3,95 % annual) ↗
min: 23,80; max: 33,20; max-min: 9,40 (28,31%); mid: 28,50;
-4,70 (-19,75%)

Family workers

1,50 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 98 in the world of 144 (32,64%); 18 place in America 32 (46,88%)
3,33 % (0,667 % annual) ↗
min: 1,50; max: 2,90; max-min: 1,40 (48,28%); mid: 2,20;
-0,700 (-46,67%)
1,20 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 94 in the world of 142 (34,51%); 18 place in America 31 (45,16%)
4,17 % (0,833 % annual) ↗
min: 0,800; max: 3; max-min: 2,20 (73,33%); mid: 1,90;
-0,700 (-58,33%)
1,90 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 100 in the world of 143 (30,77%); 20 place in America 33 (42,42%)

Wage workers

68,30 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 30 in the world of 162 (82,10%); 6 place in America 36 (86,11%)
6,88 % (1,38 % annual) ↘
min: 58,90; max: 68,30; max-min: 9,40 (13,76%); mid: 63,60;
4,70 (6,88%)
63,60 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 40 in the world of 158 (75,32%); 6 place in America 36 (86,11%)
7,39 % (1,48 % annual) ↘
min: 54,20; max: 63,60; max-min: 9,40 (14,78%); mid: 58,90;
4,70 (7,39%)
75,60 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2001)
(descending): 9 in the world of 158 (94,94%); 1 place in America 36 (100%)
6,28 % (1,26 % annual) ↘
min: 66,10; max: 75,60; max-min: 9,50 (12,57%); mid: 70,85;
4,75 (6,28%)

Employers in Dominica


Employers

5 % of total labor force[?] (2001)
(2005) (descending): 10 in the world of 138 (93,48%); 4 place in America 29 (89,66%)
9,00 % (1,80 % annual) ↘
min: 4,10; max: 11,40; max-min: 7,30 (64,04%); mid: 7,75;
-2,75 (-55,00%)

Employers

6,10 % of male labor force[?] (2001)
(2005) (descending): 11 in the world of 136 (92,65%); 4 place in America 28 (89,29%)
9,02 % (1,80 % annual) ↘
min: 5; max: 15,20; max-min: 10,20 (67,11%); mid: 10,10;
-4,00 (-65,57%)

Employers

3,30 % of female labor force[?] (2001)
(2005) (descending): 2 in the world of 136 (99,26%); 2 place in America 29 (96,55%)
10,61 % (2,12 % annual) ↘
min: 2,60; max: 6,30; max-min: 3,70 (58,73%); mid: 4,45;
-1,15 (-34,85%)

Structure of the labor force by education in Dominica


Labor force with primary education

67,90 {% of total[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 5 in the world of 101 (96,04%); 1 place in America 26 (100%)
73,50 {% of male labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 4 in the world of 98 (96,94%); 1 place in America 26 (100%)
61,40 {% of female labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 4 in the world of 98 (96,94%); 1 place in America 26 (100%)

Labor force with secondary education

17,20 {% of total[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 84 in the world of 100 (17%); 24 place in America 26 (11,54%)
11,80 {% of male labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 87 in the world of 96 (10,42%); 26 place in America 26 (3,85%)
23,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 73 in the world of 96 (25%); 22 place in America 26 (19,23%)

Labor force with tertiary education

7,60 {% of total[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 87 in the world of 100 (14%); 23 place in America 26 (15,38%)
7,30 {% of male labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 85 in the world of 98 (14,29%); 23 place in America 26 (15,38%)
7,90 {% of female labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 85 in the world of 98 (14,29%); 25 place in America 26 (7,69%)

Intentional homicides

8,40 per 100,000 people[?] (2011)
(2010) (ascending): 186 in the world of 205 (9,76%); 24 place in America 41 (43,90%)
34,52 % (6,90 % annual) ↗
min: 1,40; max: 21,10; max-min: 19,70 (93,36%); mid: 11,25;
-2,85 (-33,93%)

Corruption in Dominica


Bribery incidence

5,80 % of firms experiencing at least one bribe payment request[?] (2010)
(ascending): 22 in the world of 104 (79,81%); 8 place in America 26 (73,08%)

CPIA transparency, accountability, and corruption in the public sector rating [1=low to 6=high]

4 [?] (2015)
(ascending): 76 in the world of 82 (8,54%); 6 place in America 9 (44,44%)

Firms expected to give gifts in meetings with tax officials

5,60 % of firms[?] (2010)
(ascending): 28 in the world of 97 (72,16%); 12 place in America 25 (56%)

Social programs in Dominica


Adequacy of social insurance programs

28,96 % of total welfare of beneficiary households[?] (2002)
(2005) (descending): 39 in the world of 77 (50,65%); 9 place in America 18 (55,56%)

Adequacy of social protection and labor programs

28,88 % of total welfare of beneficiary households[?] (2002)
(2005) (descending): 29 in the world of 82 (65,85%); 7 place in America 18 (66,67%)

Adequacy of social safety net programs

21,01 % of total welfare of beneficiary households[?] (2002)
(2005) (descending): 14 in the world of 67 (80,60%); 3 place in America 15 (86,67%)