Share working full or part time who don't want full-time work, by country 2011

Share of men and women working either full-time or part-time who do not want to work full-time for an employer, selected countries worldwide 2011

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 5, 2012
Share working full or part time who don't want full-time work, by country 2011 This statistic shows the share of men and women in the respective countries who work either full-time or part-time, but actually would chose not to work full-time for an employer if they had the opportunity. In Ecuador, 59 percent of women who work, would prefer not to work full-time if they could. By comparison 82 percent of men in Ecuador have the same situation.
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Share of men and women working either full-time or part-time who do not want to work full-time for an employer, selected countries worldwide 2011

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WomenMen
Belarus70%81%
Australia63%73%
Bahrain61%80%
Mauritius60%75%
Bosnia and Herzegovina59%69%
Ecuador59%82%
Qatar57%71%
Saudi Arabia56%79%
Italy56%69%
Kazakhstan56%67%
Chile55%70%
Venezuela49%61%
Oman45%64%
Costa Rica45%58%
El Salvador43%61%
Dominicam Republic38%49%
Azerbaijan37%46%
Indonesia33%43%
Mozambique33%43%
Sri Lanka30%41%
Bolivia30%52%
Uzbekistan30%41%
Honduras30%49%
Armenia27%38%
Guatemala25%40%
Botswana23%39%
Chad23%35%
Cambodia22%31%
Comoros20%35%
Senegal17%29%
Somaliland region17%28%
Rwanda15%33%
Afghanistan14%27%
Republic of the Congo14%27%
Nigeria13%25%
Malawi12%24%
Nepal8%20%
Burkina Faso5%15%
WomenMen
Belarus70%81%
Australia63%73%
Bahrain61%80%
Mauritius60%75%
Bosnia and Herzegovina59%69%
Ecuador59%82%
Qatar57%71%
Saudi Arabia56%79%
Italy56%69%
Kazakhstan56%67%
Chile55%70%
Venezuela49%61%
Oman45%64%
Costa Rica45%58%
El Salvador43%61%
Dominicam Republic38%49%
Azerbaijan37%46%
Indonesia33%43%
Mozambique33%43%
Sri Lanka30%41%
Bolivia30%52%
Uzbekistan30%41%
Honduras30%49%
Armenia27%38%
Guatemala25%40%
Botswana23%39%
Chad23%35%
Cambodia22%31%
Comoros20%35%
Senegal17%29%
Somaliland region17%28%
Rwanda15%33%
Afghanistan14%27%
Republic of the Congo14%27%
Nigeria13%25%
Malawi12%24%
Nepal8%20%
Burkina Faso5%15%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 5, 2012
This statistic shows the share of men and women in the respective countries who work either full-time or part-time, but actually would chose not to work full-time for an employer if they had the opportunity. In Ecuador, 59 percent of women who work, would prefer not to work full-time if they could. By comparison 82 percent of men in Ecuador have the same situation.
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