Public sector in Estonia

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Public sector in Estonia


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Army in Estonia


Armed forces personnel, total

5 750 number of people[?] (2014)
(descending): 146 in the world of 169 (14,20%); 36 place in Europe from 40 (12,50%)

Military expenditure

2,03 % of GDP[?] (2015)
(descending): 49 in the world of 155 (69,03%); 6 place in Europe from 41 (87,80%)
16,26 % (3,25 % annual) ↘
min: 0,874; max: 2,21; max-min: 1,34 (60,46%); mid: 1,54;
0,493 (24,24%)

Armed forces personnel

0,837 % of total labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 79 in the world of 166 (53,01%); 22 place in Europe from 40 (47,50%)
0,957 % (0,191 % annual) ↘
min: 0,377; max: 1,23; max-min: 0,850 (69,29%); mid: 0,802;
0,035 (4,15%)

Unemployment in Estonia


Unemployment

7,70 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 85 in the world of 174 (51,72%); 16 place in Europe from 40 (62,50%)
119,48 % (23,90 % annual) ↗
min: 1,50; max: 16,90; max-min: 15,40 (91,12%); mid: 9,20;
-1,50 (-19,48%)
8,60 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 117 in the world of 174 (33,33%); 18 place in Europe from 40 (57,50%)
126,74 % (25,35 % annual) ↗
min: 1,60; max: 19,50; max-min: 17,90 (91,79%); mid: 10,55;
-1,95 (-22,67%)
6,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 57 in the world of 174 (67,82%); 10 place in Europe from 40 (77,50%)
113,43 % (22,69 % annual) ↗
min: 1,40; max: 14,30; max-min: 12,90 (90,21%); mid: 7,85;
-1,15 (-17,16%)

Unemployment with primary education

15,90 {% of total unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 23 in the world of 91 (75,82%); 9 place in Europe from 41 (80,49%)
8,18 % (1,64 % annual) ↗
min: 15; max: 26; max-min: 11 (42,31%); mid: 20,50;
-4,60 (-28,93%)
(ascending): 30 in the world of 88 (67,05%); 12 place in Europe from 41 (73,17%)
0,909 % (0,182 % annual) ↗
min: 10,50; max: 30,80; max-min: 20,30 (65,91%); mid: 20,65;
1,35 (6,14%)
(ascending): 9 in the world of 81 (90,12%); 4 place in Europe from 41 (92,68%)
21,18 % (4,24 % annual) ↗
min: 8,50; max: 20,70; max-min: 12,20 (58,94%); mid: 14,60;
-6,10 (-71,76%)

Unemployment with secondary education

58,30 {% of total unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 73 in the world of 95 (24,21%); 30 place in Europe from 41 (29,27%)
7,20 % (1,44 % annual) ↗
min: 49,60; max: 65,60; max-min: 16 (24,39%); mid: 57,60;
0,700 (1,20%)
59,70 {% of male unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 62 in the world of 89 (31,46%); 29 place in Europe from 41 (31,71%)
1,84 % (0,369 % annual) ↗
min: 49,40; max: 68,10; max-min: 18,70 (27,46%); mid: 58,75;
0,950 (1,59%)
56,50 {% of female unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 64 in the world of 87 (27,59%); 29 place in Europe from 41 (31,71%)
14,87 % (2,97 % annual) ↗
min: 50; max: 67,30; max-min: 17,30 (25,71%); mid: 58,65;
-2,15 (-3,81%)

Unemployment with tertiary education

(ascending): 64 in the world of 96 (34,38%); 31 place in Europe from 41 (26,83%)
23,46 % (4,69 % annual) ↘
min: 11,30; max: 30,50; max-min: 19,20 (62,95%); mid: 20,90;
5,10 (19,62%)
18,30 {% of male unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 48 in the world of 88 (46,59%); 25 place in Europe from 41 (41,46%)
10,38 % (2,08 % annual) ↘
min: 8,10; max: 25,50; max-min: 17,40 (68,24%); mid: 16,80;
1,50 (8,20%)
35,40 {% of female unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 67 in the world of 90 (26,67%); 36 place in Europe from 41 (14,63%)
29,94 % (5,99 % annual) ↘
min: 12,10; max: 36,90; max-min: 24,80 (67,21%); mid: 24,50;
10,90 (30,79%)

Employment of the population in Estonia


Employment in agriculture

3,90 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 101 in the world of 135 (25,93%); 28 place in Europe from 40 (32,50%)
2,56 % (0,513 % annual) ↗
min: 3,90; max: 21,20; max-min: 17,30 (81,60%); mid: 12,55;
-8,65 (-221,79%)
5,30 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 92 in the world of 123 (26,02%); 25 place in Europe from 39 (38,46%)
5,66 % (1,13 % annual) ↗
min: 5,30; max: 27,20; max-min: 21,90 (80,51%); mid: 16,25;
-10,95 (-206,60%)
2,30 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 81 in the world of 117 (31,62%); 20 place in Europe from 40 (52,50%)
13,04 % (2,61 % annual) ↗
min: 2,30; max: 15,20; max-min: 12,90 (84,87%); mid: 8,75;
-6,45 (-280,43%)

Employment in industry

30,50 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 21 in the world of 141 (85,82%); 10 place in Europe from 41 (78,05%)
1,31 % (0,262 % annual) ↗
min: 30,50; max: 37,10; max-min: 6,60 (17,79%); mid: 33,80;
-3,30 (-10,82%)
42,30 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 9 in the world of 129 (93,80%); 6 place in Europe from 40 (87,50%)
3,31 % (0,662 % annual) ↗
min: 38,30; max: 48,40; max-min: 10,10 (20,87%); mid: 43,35;
-1,05 (-2,48%)
(descending): 19 in the world of 124 (85,48%); 7 place in Europe from 40 (85%)
2,78 % (0,556 % annual) ↗
min: 17,80; max: 31,80; max-min: 14 (44,03%); mid: 24,80;
-6,80 (-37,78%)

Employment in services

65,50 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 64 in the world of 140 (55%); 27 place in Europe from 41 (36,59%)
0,916 % (0,183 % annual) ↘
min: 41,50; max: 65,50; max-min: 24 (36,64%); mid: 53,50;
12 (18,32%)
52,10 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 65 in the world of 128 (50%); 29 place in Europe from 40 (30%)
3,07 % (0,614 % annual) ↘
min: 30,40; max: 52,10; max-min: 21,70 (41,65%); mid: 41,25;
10,85 (20,83%)
79,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 62 in the world of 123 (50,41%); 26 place in Europe from 40 (37,50%)
1,13 % (0,226 % annual) ↘
min: 53; max: 79,90; max-min: 26,90 (33,67%); mid: 66,45;
13,25 (16,62%)

Labor force structure by type of employment in Estonia


Self-employed workers

9,10 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 116 in the world of 130 (11,54%); 36 place in Europe from 40 (12,50%)
6,59 % (1,32 % annual) ↘
min: 2,20; max: 9,80; max-min: 7,60 (77,55%); mid: 6,00;
3,10 (34,07%)
12,40 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 111 in the world of 126 (12,70%); 36 place in Europe from 40 (12,50%)
5,65 % (1,13 % annual) ↘
min: 2; max: 14,10; max-min: 12,10 (85,82%); mid: 8,05;
4,35 (35,08%)
5,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 117 in the world of 126 (7,94%); 38 place in Europe from 40 (7,50%)
7,02 % (1,40 % annual) ↘
min: 2,40; max: 6,50; max-min: 4,10 (63,08%); mid: 4,45;
1,25 (21,93%)

Family workers

0,200 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 118 in the world of 119 (1,68%); 38 place in Europe from 38 (2,63%)
0,200 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 111 in the world of 114 (3,51%); 35 place in Europe from 37 (8,11%)
0,200 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 114 in the world of 114 (0,877%); 39 place in Europe from 39 (2,56%)
50,00 % (10,00 % annual) ↘
min: 0,100; max: 3,40; max-min: 3,30 (97,06%); mid: 1,75;
-1,55 (-775,00%)

Wage workers

90,90 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 15 in the world of 134 (89,55%); 6 place in Europe from 41 (87,80%)
0,660 % (0,132 % annual) ↗
min: 90,20; max: 97,60; max-min: 7,40 (7,58%); mid: 93,90;
-3,00 (-3,30%)
87,60 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 15 in the world of 129 (89,15%); 6 place in Europe from 41 (87,80%)
0,799 % (0,160 % annual) ↗
min: 85,90; max: 97,80; max-min: 11,90 (12,17%); mid: 91,85;
-4,25 (-4,85%)
94,30 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 11 in the world of 129 (92,25%); 3 place in Europe from 41 (95,12%)
0,424 % (0,085 % annual) ↗
min: 93,50; max: 97,30; max-min: 3,80 (3,91%); mid: 95,40;
-1,10 (-1,17%)

Employers in Estonia


Employers

3,40 % of total labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 78 in the world of 120 (35,83%); 30 place in Europe from 39 (25,64%)
2,94 % (0,588 % annual) ↗
min: 0,500; max: 3,90; max-min: 3,40 (87,18%); mid: 2,20;
1,20 (35,29%)

Employers

5,30 % of male labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 70 in the world of 119 (42,02%); 27 place in Europe from 39 (33,33%)
7,55 % (1,51 % annual) ↗
min: 0,800; max: 6,30; max-min: 5,50 (87,30%); mid: 3,55;
1,75 (33,02%)

Employers

1,40 % of female labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 68 in the world of 116 (42,24%); 27 place in Europe from 39 (33,33%)

Structure of the labor force by education in Estonia


Labor force with primary education

8,60 {% of total[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 81 in the world of 93 (13,98%); 34 place in Europe from 40 (17,50%)
11,63 % (2,33 % annual) ↗
min: 8,60; max: 15,70; max-min: 7,10 (45,22%); mid: 12,15;
-3,55 (-41,28%)
11,50 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 75 in the world of 89 (16,85%); 31 place in Europe from 40 (25%)
10,43 % (2,09 % annual) ↗
min: 11,50; max: 18,40; max-min: 6,90 (37,50%); mid: 14,95;
-3,45 (-30,00%)
5,50 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 77 in the world of 88 (13,64%); 35 place in Europe from 40 (15%)
18,18 % (3,64 % annual) ↗
min: 5,50; max: 12,70; max-min: 7,20 (56,69%); mid: 9,10;
-3,60 (-65,45%)

Labor force with secondary education

51,70 {% of total[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 27 in the world of 94 (72,34%); 17 place in Europe from 40 (60%)
6,00 % (1,20 % annual) ↗
min: 43,70; max: 66,90; max-min: 23,20 (34,68%); mid: 55,30;
-3,60 (-6,96%)
58,20 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 22 in the world of 89 (76,40%); 12 place in Europe from 40 (72,50%)
4,30 % (0,859 % annual) ↗
min: 46,90; max: 66; max-min: 19,10 (28,94%); mid: 56,45;
1,75 (3,01%)
44,90 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 31 in the world of 89 (66,29%); 18 place in Europe from 40 (57,50%)
8,69 % (1,74 % annual) ↗
min: 40,40; max: 67,90; max-min: 27,50 (40,50%); mid: 54,15;
-9,25 (-20,60%)

Labor force with tertiary education

39,70 {% of total[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 17 in the world of 98 (83,67%); 12 place in Europe from 41 (73,17%)
10,58 % (2,12 % annual) ↘
min: 17,40; max: 43,50; max-min: 26,10 (60,00%); mid: 30,45;
9,25 (23,30%)
30,20 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 26 in the world of 90 (72,22%); 18 place in Europe from 40 (57,50%)
12,25 % (2,45 % annual) ↘
min: 15,60; max: 37,60; max-min: 22,00 (58,51%); mid: 26,60;
3,60 (11,92%)
49,60 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 13 in the world of 92 (86,96%); 4 place in Europe from 40 (92,50%)
9,68 % (1,94 % annual) ↘
min: 19,40; max: 49,70; max-min: 30,30 (60,97%); mid: 34,55;
15,05 (30,34%)

Intentional homicides

3,10 per 100,000 people[?] (2014)
(ascending): 62 in the world of 185 (67,03%); 31 place in Europe from 40 (25%)
70,97 % (14,19 % annual) ↗
min: 3,10; max: 17,07; max-min: 13,97 (81,84%); mid: 10,09;
-6,99 (-225,40%)

Losses due to theft, robbery, vandalism, and arson

0,200 % sales[?] (2013)
(2010) (ascending): 71 in the world of 135 (48,15%); 25 place in Europe from 25 (4%)
150 % (30 % annual) ↗
min: 0,100; max: 0,900; max-min: 0,800 (88,89%); mid: 0,500;
-0,300 (-150%)

Corruption in Estonia


Bribery incidence

5,70 % of firms experiencing at least one bribe payment request[?] (2009)
(2010) (ascending): 21 in the world of 130 (84,62%); 5 place in Europe from 21 (80,95%)

Firms expected to give gifts in meetings with tax officials

13,70 % of firms[?] (2005)
(2010) (ascending): 24 in the world of 132 (82,58%); 5 place in Europe from 24 (83,33%)

Informal payments to public officials

0,200 % of firms[?] (2013)
(2010) (ascending): 6 in the world of 134 (96,27%); 1 place in Europe from 25 (100%)
8 450 % (1 690 % annual) ↗
min: 0,200; max: 35,60; max-min: 35,40 (99,44%); mid: 17,90;
-17,70 (-8 850%)