Public sector in Sweden

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Public sector in Sweden


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Army in Sweden


Armed forces personnel, total

30 550 number of people[?] (2014)
(descending): 78 in the world of 169 (54,44%); 14 place in Europe from 40 (67,50%)
30,73 % (6,15 % annual) ↘
min: 16 100; max: 99 600; max-min: 83 500 (83,84%); mid: 57 850;
-27 300 (-89,36%)

Military expenditure

1,08 % of GDP[?] (2015)
(descending): 109 in the world of 155 (30,32%); 26 place in Europe from 41 (39,02%)
11,09 % (2,22 % annual) ↗
min: 1,08; max: 2,41; max-min: 1,32 (54,98%); mid: 1,75;
-0,662 (-61,06%)

Armed forces personnel

0,594 % of total labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 77 in the world of 166 (54,22%); 21 place in Europe from 40 (50%)
28,30 % (5,66 % annual) ↘
min: 0,315; max: 2,21; max-min: 1,89 (85,75%); mid: 1,26;
-0,667 (-112,41%)

Unemployment in Sweden


Unemployment

(ascending): 106 in the world of 174 (39,66%); 18 place in Europe from 40 (57,50%)
8,75 % (1,75 % annual) ↗
min: 3,30; max: 10,20; max-min: 6,90 (67,65%); mid: 6,75;
1,25 (15,63%)
8,20 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 122 in the world of 174 (30,46%); 19 place in Europe from 40 (55%)
6,10 % (1,22 % annual) ↗
min: 3,60; max: 11,10; max-min: 7,50 (67,57%); mid: 7,35;
0,850 (10,37%)
7,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 90 in the world of 174 (48,85%); 20 place in Europe from 40 (52,50%)
11,69 % (2,34 % annual) ↗
min: 2,90; max: 9,80; max-min: 6,90 (70,41%); mid: 6,35;
1,35 (17,53%)

Unemployment with primary education

37,90 {% of total unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 69 in the world of 91 (25,27%); 36 place in Europe from 41 (14,63%)
23,75 % (4,75 % annual) ↘
min: 24,70; max: 40,40; max-min: 15,70 (38,86%); mid: 32,55;
5,35 (14,12%)
37,10 {% of male unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 65 in the world of 88 (27,27%); 33 place in Europe from 41 (21,95%)
21,83 % (4,37 % annual) ↘
min: 25,10; max: 40; max-min: 14,90 (37,25%); mid: 32,55;
4,55 (12,26%)
(ascending): 68 in the world of 81 (17,28%); 38 place in Europe from 41 (9,76%)
26,41 % (5,28 % annual) ↘
min: 24,10; max: 42,20; max-min: 18,10 (42,89%); mid: 33,15;
5,85 (15,00%)

Unemployment with secondary education

41,60 {% of total unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 25 in the world of 95 (74,74%); 6 place in Europe from 41 (87,80%)
27,16 % (5,43 % annual) ↗
min: 41,60; max: 57,60; max-min: 16 (27,78%); mid: 49,60;
-8 (-19,23%)
44,50 {% of male unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 27 in the world of 89 (70,79%); 9 place in Europe from 41 (80,49%)
22,47 % (4,49 % annual) ↗
min: 44,50; max: 56,60; max-min: 12,10 (21,38%); mid: 50,55;
-6,05 (-13,60%)
38,20 {% of female unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 21 in the world of 87 (77,01%); 6 place in Europe from 41 (87,80%)
33,51 % (6,70 % annual) ↗
min: 38,20; max: 59,70; max-min: 21,50 (36,01%); mid: 48,95;
-10,75 (-28,14%)

Unemployment with tertiary education

20,20 {% of total unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 50 in the world of 96 (48,96%); 22 place in Europe from 41 (48,78%)
12,38 % (2,48 % annual) ↘
min: 10,60; max: 20,20; max-min: 9,60 (47,52%); mid: 15,40;
4,80 (23,76%)
18,10 {% of male unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 54 in the world of 88 (39,77%); 28 place in Europe from 41 (34,15%)
11,60 % (2,32 % annual) ↘
min: 10,40; max: 18,10; max-min: 7,70 (42,54%); mid: 14,25;
3,85 (21,27%)
22,70 {% of female unemployment[?]}
(2014)
(ascending): 46 in the world of 90 (50%); 20 place in Europe from 41 (53,66%)
13,22 % (2,64 % annual) ↘
min: 8,90; max: 22,70; max-min: 13,80 (60,79%); mid: 15,80;
6,90 (30,40%)

Employment of the population in Sweden


Employment in agriculture

1,70 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 115 in the world of 135 (15,56%); 35 place in Europe from 40 (15%)
5,88 % (1,18 % annual) ↗
min: 1,70; max: 5,60; max-min: 3,90 (69,64%); mid: 3,65;
-1,95 (-114,71%)
2,50 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 109 in the world of 123 (12,20%); 34 place in Europe from 39 (15,38%)
8,00 % (1,60 % annual) ↗
min: 2,50; max: 7,70; max-min: 5,20 (67,53%); mid: 5,10;
-2,60 (-104,00%)
0,800 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 102 in the world of 117 (13,68%); 35 place in Europe from 40 (15%)
12,50 % (2,50 % annual) ↗
min: 0,800; max: 3,20; max-min: 2,40 (75%); mid: 2,00;
-1,20 (-150%)

Employment in industry

18,70 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 88 in the world of 141 (38,30%); 33 place in Europe from 41 (21,95%)
6,95 % (1,39 % annual) ↗
min: 18,70; max: 32,20; max-min: 13,50 (41,93%); mid: 25,45;
-6,75 (-36,10%)
29,40 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 58 in the world of 129 (55,81%); 27 place in Europe from 40 (35%)
6,12 % (1,22 % annual) ↗
min: 29,40; max: 45,30; max-min: 15,90 (35,10%); mid: 37,35;
-7,95 (-27,04%)
7,20 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 96 in the world of 124 (23,39%); 37 place in Europe from 40 (10%)
5,56 % (1,11 % annual) ↗
min: 7,20; max: 16,20; max-min: 9,00 (55,56%); mid: 11,70;
-4,50 (-62,50%)

Employment in services

(descending): 20 in the world of 140 (86,43%); 3 place in Europe from 41 (95,12%)
1,39 % (0,278 % annual) ↘
min: 62,20; max: 79; max-min: 16,80 (21,27%); mid: 70,60;
8,40 (10,63%)
67,60 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 19 in the world of 128 (85,94%); 5 place in Europe from 40 (90%)
2,66 % (0,533 % annual) ↘
min: 47; max: 67,60; max-min: 20,60 (30,47%); mid: 57,30;
10,30 (15,24%)
91,30 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 14 in the world of 123 (89,43%); 3 place in Europe from 40 (95%)
0,110 % (0,022 % annual) ↘
min: 80,60; max: 91,30; max-min: 10,70 (11,72%); mid: 85,95;
5,35 (5,86%)

Labor force structure by type of employment in Sweden


Self-employed workers

10,30 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 112 in the world of 130 (14,62%); 35 place in Europe from 40 (15%)
5,83 % (1,17 % annual) ↗
min: 6,50; max: 12,30; max-min: 5,80 (47,15%); mid: 9,40;
0,900 (8,74%)
14,10 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 107 in the world of 126 (15,87%); 33 place in Europe from 40 (20%)
6,38 % (1,28 % annual) ↗
min: 8,30; max: 17,30; max-min: 9,00 (52,02%); mid: 12,80;
1,30 (9,22%)
6,20 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 113 in the world of 126 (11,11%); 37 place in Europe from 40 (10%)
3,23 % (0,645 % annual) ↗
min: 4,50; max: 6,90; max-min: 2,40 (34,78%); mid: 5,70;
0,500 (8,06%)

Family workers

0,200 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 105 in the world of 119 (12,61%); 34 place in Europe from 38 (13,16%)
50,00 % (10,00 % annual) ↗
min: 0,200; max: 0,500; max-min: 0,300 (60,00%); mid: 0,350;
-0,150 (-75,00%)
0,200 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 96 in the world of 114 (16,67%); 30 place in Europe from 37 (21,62%)
50,00 % (10,00 % annual) ↗
min: 0,100; max: 0,700; max-min: 0,600 (85,71%); mid: 0,400;
-0,200 (-100,00%)
0,200 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 105 in the world of 114 (8,77%); 36 place in Europe from 39 (10,26%)

Wage workers

89,70 {% of total labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 17 in the world of 134 (88,06%); 7 place in Europe from 41 (85,37%)
0,780 % (0,156 % annual) ↘
min: 87,70; max: 93,40; max-min: 5,70 (6,10%); mid: 90,55;
-0,850 (-0,948%)
85,90 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 18 in the world of 129 (86,82%); 8 place in Europe from 41 (82,93%)
1,05 % (0,210 % annual) ↘
min: 82,70; max: 91,60; max-min: 8,90 (9,72%); mid: 87,15;
-1,25 (-1,46%)
93,80 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 14 in the world of 129 (89,92%); 4 place in Europe from 41 (92,68%)
0,213 % (0,043 % annual) ↘
min: 93,10; max: 95,40; max-min: 2,30 (2,41%); mid: 94,25;
-0,450 (-0,480%)

Employers in Sweden


Employers

3,60 % of total labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 68 in the world of 120 (44,17%); 26 place in Europe from 39 (35,90%)
8,33 % (1,67 % annual) ↗
min: 3,60; max: 4,20; max-min: 0,600 (14,29%); mid: 3,90;
-0,300 (-8,33%)

Employers

5,40 % of male labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 53 in the world of 119 (56,30%); 22 place in Europe from 39 (46,15%)
7,41 % (1,48 % annual) ↗
min: 5,40; max: 6,40; max-min: 1 (15,62%); mid: 5,90;
-0,500 (-9,26%)

Employers

1,70 % of female labor force[?] (2014)
(descending): 60 in the world of 116 (49,14%); 24 place in Europe from 39 (41,03%)
5,88 % (1,18 % annual) ↗
min: 1,40; max: 1,80; max-min: 0,400 (22,22%); mid: 1,60;
0,100 (5,88%)

Structure of the labor force by education in Sweden


Labor force with primary education

15,80 {% of total[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 59 in the world of 93 (37,63%); 18 place in Europe from 40 (57,50%)
13,92 % (2,78 % annual) ↘
min: 12,20; max: 25; max-min: 12,80 (51,20%); mid: 18,60;
-2,80 (-17,72%)
17,30 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 56 in the world of 89 (38,20%); 18 place in Europe from 40 (57,50%)
9,83 % (1,97 % annual) ↘
min: 13,90; max: 27,60; max-min: 13,70 (49,64%); mid: 20,75;
-3,45 (-19,94%)
14,10 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 50 in the world of 88 (44,32%); 18 place in Europe from 40 (57,50%)
19,15 % (3,83 % annual) ↘
min: 10,20; max: 22,20; max-min: 12,00 (54,05%); mid: 16,20;
-2,10 (-14,89%)

Labor force with secondary education

47,20 {% of total[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 41 in the world of 94 (57,45%); 24 place in Europe from 40 (42,50%)
13,98 % (2,80 % annual) ↗
min: 47,20; max: 55,90; max-min: 8,70 (15,56%); mid: 51,55;
-4,35 (-9,22%)
51,80 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 33 in the world of 89 (64,04%); 19 place in Europe from 40 (55%)
10,04 % (2,01 % annual) ↗
min: 47,70; max: 57,90; max-min: 10,20 (17,62%); mid: 52,80;
-1,00 (-1,93%)
42,10 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 49 in the world of 89 (46,07%); 28 place in Europe from 40 (32,50%)
19,48 % (3,90 % annual) ↗
min: 42,10; max: 53,90; max-min: 11,80 (21,89%); mid: 48;
-5,90 (-14,01%)

Labor force with tertiary education

36,80 {% of total[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 19 in the world of 98 (81,63%); 14 place in Europe from 41 (68,29%)
12,23 % (2,45 % annual) ↘
min: 24,60; max: 36,80; max-min: 12,20 (33,15%); mid: 30,70;
6,10 (16,58%)
30,70 {% of male labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 22 in the world of 90 (76,67%); 16 place in Europe from 40 (62,50%)
11,40 % (2,28 % annual) ↘
min: 20,90; max: 30,70; max-min: 9,80 (31,92%); mid: 25,80;
4,90 (15,96%)
43,70 {% of female labor force[?]}
(2014)
(descending): 20 in the world of 92 (79,35%); 10 place in Europe from 40 (77,50%)
12,81 % (2,56 % annual) ↘
min: 27,80; max: 43,70; max-min: 15,90 (36,38%); mid: 35,75;
7,95 (18,19%)

Crime in Sweden


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

2,20 % of women ages 15-49[?] (2012)
(ascending): 5 in the world of 52 (92,31%); 5 place in Europe from 23 (82,61%)

Intentional homicides

0,900 per 100,000 people[?] (2014)
(ascending): 29 in the world of 185 (84,86%); 15 place in Europe from 40 (65%)
88,89 % (17,78 % annual) ↘
min: 0,100; max: 1,20; max-min: 1,10 (91,67%); mid: 0,650;
0,250 (27,78%)

Losses due to theft, robbery, vandalism, and arson

0,300 % sales[?] (2014)
(ascending): 22 in the world of 96 (78,13%); 7 place in Europe from 16 (62,50%)

Corruption in Sweden


Bribery incidence

1,90 % of firms experiencing at least one bribe payment request[?] (2014)
(ascending): 8 in the world of 104 (93,27%); 4 place in Europe from 19 (84,21%)

Firms expected to give gifts in meetings with tax officials

0,300 % of firms[?] (2014)
(ascending): 3 in the world of 97 (97,94%); 1 place in Europe from 15 (100%)