Share of labor compensation in GDP at current national prices

scale 0-1, 1950–2014

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    1950 Ranking
    1. France 0.88
    2. Sri Lanka 0.80
    3. Netherlands 0.74
    4. Ecuador 0.74
    5. Canada 0.72
    6. India 0.72
    7. Colombia 0.69
    8. Australia 0.69
    9. Japan 0.69
    10. Norway 0.67
    11. Germany 0.67
    12. Luxembourg 0.67
    13. Finland 0.67
    14. Switzerland 0.67
    15. Belgium 0.65
    16. Iceland 0.65
    17. Denmark 0.65
    18. Portugal 0.64
    19. Spain 0.64
    20. Costa Rica 0.64
    21. Austria 0.64
    22. United States 0.64
    23. New Zealand 0.63
    24. South Africa 0.63
    25. Italy 0.62
    26. United Kingdom 0.60
    27. Israel 0.59
    28. Honduras 0.58
    29. Peru 0.58
    30. Sweden 0.57
    31. Trinidad and Tobago 0.56
    32. Turkey 0.55
    33. Nicaragua 0.55
    34. Argentina 0.53
    35. Morocco 0.52
    36. Bolivia 0.52
    37. Uruguay 0.52
    38. Brazil 0.51
    39. Mexico 0.51
    40. Mauritius 0.51
    41. Cyprus 0.51
    42. Ireland 0.49
    43. Guatemala 0.46
    44. Thailand 0.46
    45. Panama 0.45
    46. Philippines 0.44
    47. Kenya 0.43
    48. Venezuela 0.42
    49. Egypt 0.39
    50. Nigeria 0.25
    2014 Ranking
    1. Togo 0.85
    2. Rwanda 0.77
    3. Barbados 0.76
    4. Iceland 0.75
    5. Saint Thomas and Principe 0.74
    6. Bermuda 0.73
    7. Sri Lanka 0.68
    8. Croatia 0.67
    9. Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.67
    10. Slovenia 0.67
    11. Dominican Republic 0.66
    12. Russia 0.66
    13. Switzerland 0.65
    14. Aruba 0.65
    15. Denmark 0.64
    16. Djibouti 0.63
    17. Armenia 0.63
    18. Moldova 0.63
    19. France 0.63
    20. Belgium 0.63
    21. Germany 0.62
    22. Colombia 0.62
    23. Costa Rica 0.62
    24. Lesotho 0.62
    25. Canada 0.62
    26. Honduras 0.62
    27. Swaziland 0.62
    28. Benin 0.62
    29. United Kingdom 0.61
    30. Finland 0.61
    31. Burundi 0.61
    32. Jamaica 0.61
    33. United States 0.60
    34. Japan 0.60
    35. Hungary 0.60
    36. Chad 0.60
    37. Netherlands 0.60
    38. Serbia 0.59
    39. Sudan 0.59
    40. Estonia 0.59
    41. Austria 0.59
    42. Portugal 0.58
    43. Spain 0.58
    44. Latvia 0.58
    45. Australia 0.57
    46. New Zealand 0.57
    47. China 0.57
    48. Sweden 0.57
    49. Paraguay 0.57
    50. Kyrgyzstan 0.56
    51. Poland 0.56
    52. Belarus 0.56
    53. Brazil 0.56
    54. Ukraine 0.56
    55. Nicaragua 0.56
    56. Zimbabwe 0.56
    57. Luxembourg 0.55
    58. Cayman Islands 0.55
    59. South Africa 0.55
    60. Slovakia 0.55
    61. Burkina Faso 0.55
    62. Malta 0.54
    63. Italy 0.54
    64. Georgia 0.54
    65. Israel 0.54
    66. Norway 0.53
    67. Bulgaria 0.53
    68. Malaysia 0.53
    69. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 0.53
    70. Hong Kong 0.52
    71. South Korea 0.52
    72. Sierra Leone 0.52
    73. Czech Republic 0.51
    74. Namibia 0.50
    75. Cameroon 0.50
    76. Tunisia 0.50
    77. India 0.50
    78. Morocco 0.49
    79. Fiji 0.49
    80. Nigeria 0.49
    81. Ireland 0.49
    82. Jordan 0.48
    83. Greece 0.48
    84. Taiwan 0.48
    85. Ivory Coast 0.48
    86. Uruguay 0.47
    87. Cyprus 0.47
    88. Laos 0.47
    89. Lithuania 0.47
    90. Bolivia 0.46
    91. Romania 0.46
    92. Indonesia 0.46
    93. Mauritania 0.45
    94. Suriname 0.45
    95. Ecuador 0.45
    96. Chile 0.45
    97. Lebanon 0.45
    98. Mongolia 0.44
    99. Singapore 0.44
    100. Niger 0.44
    101. Tanzania 0.44
    102. Turkey 0.44
    103. Argentina 0.43
    104. Kenya 0.43
    105. Mozambique 0.43
    106. Mauritius 0.42
    107. Guatemala 0.42
    108. Kazakhstan 0.42
    109. Bahamas 0.41
    110. Venezuela 0.40
    111. Senegal 0.40
    112. Thailand 0.39
    113. British Virgin Islands 0.39
    114. Mexico 0.39
    115. Guinea 0.38
    116. Panama 0.38
    117. Tajikistan 0.38
    118. Egypt 0.38
    119. Philippines 0.36
    120. Trinidad and Tobago 0.34
    121. Macau 0.34
    122. Peru 0.31
    123. Oman 0.30
    124. Iraq 0.30
    125. Bahrain 0.29
    126. Saudi Arabia 0.28
    127. Botswana 0.28
    128. Gabon 0.28
    129. Iran 0.26
    130. Kuwait 0.25
    131. Azerbaijan 0.23
    132. Qatar 0.19
    133. Central African Republic 0.16

    The wage or labor share is the part of national income, or the income of a particular economic sector, allocated to amount of wealth assigned to given income total gross pre-tax wages paid by employers to employees gross domestic product wealth. Money at modern day prices, rate index 2014.

    Source: Feenstra, Robert C., Robert Inklaar and Marcel P. Timmer (2015), "The Next Generation of the Penn World Table"