Proportion of self-employed in services, women, OECD

percent, 1991–2015

Info Edit
    1991 Ranking
    1. United States 87.30
    2. Belgium 87.00
    3. Netherlands 85.10
    4. Canada 83.60
    5. Germany 83.20
    6. Luxembourg 81.60
    7. Denmark 80.90
    8. United Kingdom 80.80
    9. Ireland 75.90
    10. Italy 69.80
    11. Spain 69.30
    12. France 66.20
    13. Greece 52.90
    14. Portugal 36.90
    2015 Ranking
    1. Germany 91.80
    2. United Kingdom 91.20
    3. Czech Republic 91.20
    4. Canada 90.10
    5. Belgium 88.50
    6. South Africa 88.20
    7. United States 88.00
    8. Italy 87.50
    9. Slovakia 86.90
    10. Spain 86.50
    11. Sweden 86.20
    12. Denmark 86.20
    13. Chile 85.70
    14. Norway 84.40
    15. Netherlands 83.70
    16. France 83.60
    17. Mexico 82.50
    18. New Zealand 82.20
    19. Hungary 80.10
    20. Japan 78.70
    21. Finland 76.90
    22. Switzerland 72.90
    23. Ireland 72.60
    24. Slovenia 70.40
    25. Austria 66.40
    26. Portugal 63.90
    27. Estonia 59.70
    28. Greece 58.70
    29. Iceland 56.70
    30. Luxembourg 52.30
    31. Poland 50.60
    32. Turkey 46.10

    Proportion of self-employed whose activity is in services. Entrepreneurship is crucial to economic development, promoting social integration and reducing inequalities. The Gender-entrepreneurship dataset presents an original collection of indicators that measure gender equality in entrepreneurship, providing an important reference for policy insights and policy making. Data refer mainly to the self-employed, their profile, age, education and sector of activity.

    Source: OECD