Proportion of employed who are own-account workers, women, OECD

percent, 1990–2015

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    1990 Ranking
    1. South Korea 16.00
    2. Australia 7.30
    2015 Ranking
    1. Mexico 21.20
    2. Chile 20.90
    3. Greece 18.20
    4. Italy 12.00
    5. South Korea 11.00
    6. Poland 10.60
    7. New Zealand 10.00
    8. Netherlands 9.90
    9. Czech Republic 9.60
    10. South Africa 8.80
    11. Spain 8.70
    12. Turkey 8.60
    13. Canada 8.30
    14. Portugal 8.30
    15. United Kingdom 8.20
    16. Slovakia 8.20
    17. Belgium 7.10
    18. Israel 6.70
    19. Finland 6.40
    20. Australia 6.30
    21. Switzerland 6.10
    22. Austria 6.00
    23. Slovenia 5.80
    24. United States 5.70
    25. Iceland 5.70
    26. Luxembourg 5.20
    27. France 5.20
    28. Ireland 4.70
    29. Estonia 4.50
    30. Germany 4.40
    31. Hungary 4.40
    32. Sweden 3.80
    33. Norway 3.50
    34. Denmark 3.10
    35. Japan 2.90

    Own-account workers are those workers who, working on their own account or with one or more partners, hold the type of job defined as a self- employed job, and have not engaged on a continuous basis any employees to work for them during the reference period.

    Source: OECD