Public sector in Liberia

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Public sector in Liberia


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

Army in Liberia


Armed forces personnel, total

2 050 number of people[?] (2014)
(descending): 154 in the world of 169 (9,47%); 46 in Africa from 51 (11,76%)
0,488 % (0,098 % annual) ↘
min: 2 000; max: 22 000; max-min: 20 000 (90,91%); mid: 12 000;
-9 950 (-485,37%)

Military expenditure

0,659 % of GDP[?] (2015)
(descending): 135 in the world of 155 (13,55%); 39 in Africa from 48 (20,83%)
0,643 % (0,129 % annual) ↘
min: 0,460; max: 29,73; max-min: 29,27 (98,45%); mid: 15,09;
-14,44 (-2 192%)

Armed forces personnel

0,132 % of total labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 159 in the world of 166 (4,82%); 45 in Africa from 49 (10,20%)
12,71 % (2,54 % annual) ↗
min: 0,132; max: 3,00; max-min: 2,86 (95,60%); mid: 1,56;
-1,43 (-1 086%)

Unemployment in Liberia


Unemployment

3,80 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 34 in the world of 174 (81,03%); 10 in Africa from 50 (82%)
2,63 % (0,526 % annual) ↘
min: 3,70; max: 5,60; max-min: 1,90 (33,93%); mid: 4,65;
-0,850 (-22,37%)
3,70 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 44 in the world of 174 (75,29%); 10 in Africa from 50 (82%)
8,11 % (1,62 % annual) ↘
min: 3,40; max: 6,90; max-min: 3,50 (50,72%); mid: 5,15;
-1,45 (-39,19%)
3,90 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 30 in the world of 174 (83,33%); 8 in Africa from 50 (86%)
5,13 % (1,03 % annual) ↗
min: 3,90; max: 4,20; max-min: 0,300 (7,14%); mid: 4,05;
-0,150 (-3,85%)

Employment of the population in Liberia


Employment in agriculture

46,50 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 18 in the world of 135 (87,41%); 11 in Africa from 24 (58,33%)
46,50 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 14 in the world of 123 (89,43%); 10 in Africa from 22 (59,09%)
46,40 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 20 in the world of 117 (83,76%); 13 in Africa from 21 (42,86%)

Employment in industry

10,40 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 46 in the world of 141 (68,09%); 4 in Africa from 24 (87,50%)
15,70 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 26 in the world of 129 (80,62%); 2 in Africa from 22 (95,45%)
5,30 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 48 in the world of 124 (62,10%); 5 in Africa from 22 (81,82%)

Employment in services

41,20 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 9 in the world of 140 (94,29%); 1 in Africa from 24 (100%)
36,70 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 14 in the world of 128 (89,84%); 1 in Africa from 22 (100%)
45,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 127 in the world of 159 (20,75%); 17 in Africa from 32 (50%)

Labor force structure by type of employment in Liberia


Self-employed workers

81,70 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 9 in the world of 130 (93,85%); 9 in Africa from 24 (66,67%)
72,30 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 10 in the world of 126 (92,86%); 7 in Africa from 22 (72,73%)
91,10 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 6 in the world of 126 (96,03%); 4 in Africa from 22 (86,36%)

Family workers

16,10 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 29 in the world of 141 (80,14%); 12 in Africa from 31 (64,52%)
324,02 % (64,80 % annual) ↗
min: 16,10; max: 47,40; max-min: 31,30 (66,03%); mid: 31,75;
-15,65 (-97,20%)
12,50 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 25 in the world of 142 (83,10%); 11 in Africa from 31 (67,74%)
352,00 % (70,40 % annual) ↗
min: 12,50; max: 38,90; max-min: 26,40 (67,87%); mid: 25,70;
-13,20 (-105,60%)
19,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 32 in the world of 142 (78,17%); 13 in Africa from 31 (61,29%)
308,80 % (61,76 % annual) ↗
min: 19,70; max: 56,20; max-min: 36,50 (64,95%); mid: 37,95;
-18,25 (-92,64%)

Wage workers

18,10 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 123 in the world of 134 (8,96%); 16 in Africa from 25 (40%)
27,50 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 114 in the world of 129 (12,40%); 11 in Africa from 23 (56,52%)
8,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2010)
(descending): 125 in the world of 129 (3,88%); 20 in Africa from 23 (17,39%)

Employers in Liberia


Employers

2 % of total labor force[?] (2010)
(descending): 92 in the world of 120 (24,17%); 14 in Africa from 25 (48%)

Employers

2,30 % of male labor force[?] (2010)
(descending): 95 in the world of 119 (21,01%); 13 in Africa from 24 (50%)

Employers

1,80 % of female labor force[?] (2010)
(descending): 56 in the world of 116 (52,59%); 7 in Africa from 22 (72,73%)

Crime in Liberia


Proportion of women subjected to physical and/or sexual violence in the last 12 months

36,30 % of women ages 15-49[?] (2007)
(2010) (ascending): 50 in the world of 57 (14,04%); 14 in Africa from 19 (31,58%)

Intentional homicides

3,20 per 100,000 people[?] (2012)
(ascending): 35 in the world of 185 (81,62%); 5 in Africa from 52 (92,31%)
3,12 % (0,625 % annual) ↗
min: 2,80; max: 4,80; max-min: 2 (41,67%); mid: 3,80;
-0,600 (-18,75%)

Losses due to theft, robbery, vandalism, and arson

2,80 % sales[?] (2009)
(2010) (ascending): 127 in the world of 135 (6,67%); 39 in Africa from 45 (15,56%)

Corruption in Liberia


Bribery incidence

70,50 % of firms experiencing at least one bribe payment request[?] (2009)
(2010) (ascending): 130 in the world of 130 (0,769%); 44 in Africa from 44 (2,27%)

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

3 [?] (2015)
(ascending): 33 in the world of 82 (60,98%); 22 in Africa from 40 (47,50%)

Firms expected to give gifts in meetings with tax officials

54,40 % of firms[?] (2009)
(2010) (ascending): 126 in the world of 132 (5,30%); 42 in Africa from 44 (6,82%)

Informal payments to public officials

55,40 % of firms[?] (2009)
(2010) (ascending): 124 in the world of 134 (8,21%); 39 in Africa from 44 (13,64%)

Social programs in Liberia


Adequacy of social insurance programs

39,71 % of total welfare of beneficiary households[?] (2007)
(2010) (descending): 22 in the world of 92 (77,17%); 6 in Africa from 27 (81,48%)

Adequacy of social protection and labor programs

39,71 % of total welfare of beneficiary households[?] (2007)
(2010) (descending): 14 in the world of 102 (87,25%); 5 in Africa from 35 (88,57%)