Employed people in Belgium in 2019, by region and gender

The employed population in Belgium in 2019 varied greatly by region and gender. In 2019, most of the employed population in Belgium was located in the Flemish region, followed by the region of Wallonia. On the other hand, the employed population was higher in the Belgian male population than the female population. For instance, 251 thousand employed men worked in the Brussels-Capital Region for 210 thousand women in 2019.

Employed population in Belgium in 2019, by region and gender

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Source

Release date

March 2020

Region

Belgium

Survey time period

2019

Supplementary notes

Statistics Belgium defines an employed person as a person aged 15 years or older who was paid for at least one hour of work during the reference week, or a person of 15 years or older who had a job but was temporarily absent.

Belgium is divided into 3 regions: the Flemish Region, the Brussels-Capital Region and the Walloon Region. Each region has its own Regional Parliament and a Regional Government.

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