Public sector in Swaziland

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Swaziland

Public sector in Swaziland


The continent: Africa
  
Iso2:SZ
  
Iso3:SWZ

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

Army in Swaziland


Armed forces personnel, total

3 000 number of people[?] (1999)
(2000) (descending): 155 in the world of 170 (9,41%); 45 in Africa from 52 (15,38%)

Military expenditure

1,79 % of GDP[?] (2015)
(descending): 61 in the world of 155 (61,29%); 18 in Africa from 48 (64,58%)
26,26 % (5,25 % annual) ↗
min: 1,25; max: 2,25; max-min: 1,00 (44,42%); mid: 1,75;
0,032 (1,78%)

Armed forces personnel

0,929 % of total labor force[?] (1999)
(2000) (descending): 106 in the world of 168 (37,50%); 24 in Africa from 51 (54,90%)
12,95 % (2,59 % annual) ↗
min: 0,929; max: 1,20; max-min: 0,267 (22,32%); mid: 1,06;
-0,134 (-14,37%)

Unemployment in Swaziland


Unemployment

22,30 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 164 in the world of 174 (6,32%); 46 in Africa from 50 (10%)
2,24 % (0,448 % annual) ↗
min: 21,70; max: 23; max-min: 1,30 (5,65%); mid: 22,35;
-0,050 (-0,224%)
20,30 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 166 in the world of 174 (5,17%); 47 in Africa from 50 (8%)
2,46 % (0,493 % annual) ↗
min: 20,30; max: 20,90; max-min: 0,600 (2,87%); mid: 20,60;
-0,300 (-1,48%)
25,50 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 161 in the world of 174 (8,05%); 45 in Africa from 50 (12%)
1,96 % (0,392 % annual) ↗
min: 22,80; max: 26,10; max-min: 3,30 (12,64%); mid: 24,45;
1,05 (4,12%)

Labor force structure by type of employment in Swaziland


Self-employed workers

22,20 {% of total labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 87 in the world of 148 (41,89%); 26 in Africa from 29 (13,79%)
16,10 {% of male labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 114 in the world of 146 (22,60%); 28 in Africa from 29 (6,90%)
30,90 {% of female labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 66 in the world of 145 (55,17%); 25 in Africa from 29 (17,24%)

Family workers

1,10 {% of total labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 100 in the world of 139 (28,78%); 25 in Africa from 26 (7,69%)
0,800 {% of male labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 92 in the world of 137 (33,58%); 24 in Africa from 26 (11,54%)
1,50 {% of female labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 103 in the world of 136 (25%); 25 in Africa from 26 (7,69%)

Wage workers

76,40 {% of total labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 62 in the world of 150 (59,33%); 4 in Africa from 29 (89,66%)
82,70 {% of male labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 32 in the world of 147 (78,91%); 2 in Africa from 29 (96,55%)
67,40 {% of female labor force[?]}
(1997)
(descending): 81 in the world of 147 (45,58%); 5 in Africa from 29 (86,21%)

Employers in Swaziland


Employers

1,50 % of total labor force[?] (1997)
(2000) (descending): 98 in the world of 126 (23,02%); 14 in Africa from 26 (50%)

Employers

1,60 % of male labor force[?] (1997)
(2000) (descending): 98 in the world of 124 (21,77%); 14 in Africa from 26 (50%)

Employers

1,30 % of female labor force[?] (1997)
(2000) (descending): 72 in the world of 120 (40,83%); 10 in Africa from 24 (62,50%)

Intentional homicides

17,40 per 100,000 people[?] (2010)
(ascending): 172 in the world of 185 (7,57%); 49 in Africa from 52 (7,69%)

Losses due to theft, robbery, vandalism, and arson

1,30 % sales[?] (2006)
(2010) (ascending): 96 in the world of 135 (29,63%); 22 in Africa from 45 (53,33%)

Corruption in Swaziland


Bribery incidence

5,70 % of firms experiencing at least one bribe payment request[?] (2006)
(2010) (ascending): 21 in the world of 130 (84,62%); 5 in Africa from 44 (90,91%)

Firms expected to give gifts in meetings with tax officials

3,30 % of firms[?] (2006)
(2010) (ascending): 20 in the world of 132 (85,61%); 4 in Africa from 44 (93,18%)

Informal payments to public officials

40,60 % of firms[?] (2006)
(2010) (ascending): 106 in the world of 134 (21,64%); 27 in Africa from 44 (40,91%)

Adequacy of social protection and labor programs

15,70 % of total welfare of beneficiary households[?] (2009)
(2010) (descending): 71 in the world of 102 (31,37%); 21 in Africa from 35 (42,86%)

Adequacy of social safety net programs

15,70 % of total welfare of beneficiary households[?] (2009)
(2010) (descending): 21 in the world of 91 (78,02%); 11 in Africa from 28 (64,29%)